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    Urban Gardens
    May 25, 2020

    TSI Garden

    Sanctioned by the Solutionary Institute founder Dr. Supreme Understanding, The Solutionary Institute West Campus Garden broke ground on April 3rd,…
    Trees and Shrubs
    May 24, 2020

    Atlanta Food Tree Map

    Concrete Jungle is a volunteer-run, Atlanta-based organization that helps to distribute neglected fruit to the hungry by transforming overlooked and…
    Urban Gardens
    May 24, 2020

    Habesha Garden Complex

    HABESHA Inc. was formed in 2002 under the leadership of the organization’s Executive Director, Cashawn Myers. Mr. Myers is a…

    Featured Garden

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      TSI Garden

      Sanctioned by the Solutionary Institute founder Dr. Supreme Understanding, The Solutionary Institute West Campus Garden broke ground on April 3rd, 2020. In the month and a half since, several skilled volunteer farmers have put in work to plot the landscape, till planting beds, sheer back kudzu, and plant a variety of crops on the campus’ one acre yard. Poet and Seaux of Tribe Fyah Atl and Kareem Manuel of We Society have partnered with The…

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