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Spiral Gardens Community Food Security Project is located on Sacramento and Oregon Streets in southwest Berkeley on two plots of public land, which were formerly a railroad right of way.
Spiral Gardens strives to model and enable a healthy alternative to our current food economy. For almost two decades we have been part of the ever-growing movement to recreate a resilient and local food system that ties people directly to their sources of sustenance, and is proof against economic fluctuations and the corporatization of food systems.
Spiral Gardens’ mission is to improve community health and sustainability by providing access to nutritious and affordable produce, promoting a strong local food system, and encouraging productive use of urban soil.
Through our programs you can:
• Grow food with us
• Grow food at your own home
• Purchase it at cost directly from local farms
• Participate in free education
• Contribute to shaping local food policy.
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