Neighborhood Harvest Project is an educational and charitable nonprofit organization in Round Rock, Texas. Our mission is to promote healthy local food and sustainable living through education and community gardening in Round Rock and surrounding areas.
We envision a vibrant local food system where Round Rock residents of all ages experience the benefits of community, school and neighborhood gardening, become healthier through improved diets, exercise and positive social interactions, and learn about, experience and practice sustainable living.
How We Accomplish Our Mission:
Through website, we share information and resources to foster a supportive climate for sustainable living and community, school and neighborhood gardening.
Through education and outreach programs, we help the people of our city build self-reliance and interdependence through community gardening and sustainable living.
Through support of anti-hunger initiatives, we encourage gardeners to give back by sharing their garden produce, skills, knowledge and dedication with others.
Through partnerships with other nonprofit organizations and faith-based groups, we build a multi-cultural, multi-generational community.
By serving as a model in practical sustainability, we encourage others to care for the Earth, care for each other and share their surplus.
See our website for more information: www.NHPnetwork.org
Or join our Community of Gardeners: http://forums.nhpnetwork.org
UNITY PARK COMMUNITY GARDEN
Unity Park Community Garden, the first public community garden in Round Rock, opened in the Spring of 2010.
The garden is located at 2746 Gattis School Road and includes garden plots for rent, demonstration gardens, an outdoor classroom, and space for garden events.
Please see our website for pricing, rules and an application form. www.UnityParkCG.org
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I love Neighborhood Harvest Project! I am a member of their community garden, Unity Park, and my experience has been nothing but good! I joined right at the beginning, and enjoy all the other people at the garden.... [more]