Backyard Growers is a grassroots organization helping to reshape Gloucester's relationship with food. We provide support and resources to establish vegetable gardens at homes, housing communities, organizations, and schools. In the end, we create life-long gardeners inspired by the power of growing one's own food.
The Rocky Neck Art Colony (RNAC) and Backyard Growers will host FRESH, a six-week exhibition at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck February 2, through March 12, 2017.
Rocky Neck Art Colony and Backyard Growers are partnering to offer FRESH— a month-long artists’ exhibition and series of programs focused on fresh foods and their origins!
Learn about one of our Backyard Garden Program participants Fernando and how you can help families like his by donating today.
It's that time of year- our annual appeal! Help give the gift of gardens to families, youth, and seniors all across Gloucester by donating to Backyard Growers today.
Feeling like you want to make a difference this season? Here's 5 easy ways to give back to your community in November and December.
Join us and local artist Jane Keddy for a fun, hands-on eco and produce printing workshop at 6 pm. The stick around for a talk with local gardening expert Suzanne Gosselin at 7pm to learn the ins-and-outs of starting seeds indoors.
NOTE: Date and time change to Sat, March 4, 5pm. Lara will share the inspirational story of Backyard Growers, focusing on her journey from artist to non-profit founder and the myriad connections between creating art and growing food.
Hoping to grow a lot of vegetables in a little space? Join experts from Backyard Growers to learn about the square foot gardening method!