Alice Griffith Community Garden, San Francisco
On April 21, members of the Causes team, along with Kitchen Gardeners International (http://www.causes.com/kgi) founder Roger Doiron, and representatives from Odwalla, gathered together in Hunters Point, San Francisco to participate in Earth Day by volunteering for the Alice Griffith Community Garden. The garden is located in the Alice Griffith public housing unit and provides the community with fresh fruits from its plum, fig, apple, lemon, cherry, and mulberry trees. Vegetable garden beds flourish throughout the year and an assortment of onions, garlic, tomatoes, strawberries, zucchini, and other goodies make up the lush landscape.
This garden was planted as a result of the pledges this community took to do something good for the environment. So, thank you for participating- your are responsible for this beautiful garden!