Hands dig into the soil to plant an edible shrub.
Courtesy of Planting Justice

Planting Justice

Oakland, CA

Planting Justice’s mission is to empower people impacted by mass incarceration and other social inequities with the skills and resources to cultivate food sovereignty, economic justice, and community healing. They do this through a variety of programs and initiatives that create jobs, build partnerships, provide grassroots education, and transform yards into edible permaculture gardens.

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Gavin Radars at Planting Justice farm and nursery in Oakland

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