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About Us:
 

FACTS

THI

Tampa Heritage Initiative Unity Garden aims to address & assist with the mounting needs of the minority-dominant neighborhood of Old West Tampa - a U.S. historic district. This community is faced with the critical binary challenge of food insecurity in conjunction with a lack of access to proper nutritional education, and has led to the realization of the need for a community hub that brings people together through the promotion of nutritional awareness, the impact that food has on one’s mental health, educational workshops driven by hands-on gardening practices, and assisted distribution throughout the area.

Established 2019
 
Located at 2307 Beach Street, Tampa, FL
 


 

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DID YOU

KNOW?

Tampa Heritage

Unity Garden is a recipient of the Big Green DAO Grant. 

Review our award with other grantees here

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Rendering of the new
Tampa Heritage Initiative
Community Garden

We are transforming 4,000 square feet of barren land in the middle of a neighborhood overrun with food deserts (and swamps) into an oasis of lush, delicious and nutritious sustenance for the neighborhood of West Tampa.
 

Organic Garden
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Making
Wholesome Eating 

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Our Urban Agriculture Educational Program for Children and Adults

Our aim is to “plant the seeds'' within the minds of future generations.

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Banana
Cabbage
Kids in Vegetable Farm

Rootimentals will be geared towards the younger generation (6-18), aiming to establish and/or improve the foundation that may or may (likely) not exist- emphasizing the importance of healthy eating habits, sustainability, and regenerative wellness.

Our Partners:

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Dr. Walter Smith, Sr.
Library

The Tampa Bay Disaster 
Resiliency Initiative

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