If you eat, you’re in!

In a community divided by age, politics, income, and religion, can we find a common language to bring us together? 

In her TED Talk, Pam Warhurst of the Incredible Edible movement says  absolutely- It’s called food!

In this inspiring talk, she says it’s not rock science, it’s not clever, and it’s certainly not original.  It’s just volunteers doing an experiment to address issues in three capacities:  supporting community, supporting education, and supporting businesses, and once you get these three edible plates spinning at the same time, on the smallest of levels, you see great movement occurring in the community.

While this movement is taking place in England, we at Wasatch Community Gardens in Salt Lake City subscribe to the same philosophy.  Please take 15 minutes and watch this incredible, inspiring, and encouraging talk, and tell us your thoughts!



Our mission is to empower people of all ages and incomes to grow and eat healthy, local, organic food. Become a blog contributor and share creative organic gardening tips, frustrating challenges/exciting successes in the garden, and information about local food! To learn more or sign up, send us an email to felecia@wasatchgardens.org. And make sure to check all our programs and events on our website wasatchgardens.org - You can sign up for our e-newsletter, learn how to join our gardening community, be one of our 1300 volunteers who make our events, programs and gardens possible, attend any of our 50 sustainable food and gardening classes, and support an organization that has served the community for more than 25 years. Sign up for our newsletter by going here: www.wasatchgardens.org/connect/newsletter-signup

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