Grow Some Good in Your Neighborhood

Grow Some Good is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating hands-on, outdoor learning experiences that cultivate curiosity about natural life cycles, connect students to their food sources, and inspire better nutrition choices. In addition to helping establish food gardens and living science labs in local schools, we provide resources and curriculum support through community partnerships in agriculture, science, food education, and nutrition.

Gardens Change Lives: Grow Some Good!

Grow Some Good envisions a food-secure community where everyone grows, shares and prepares healthy local food.Grow Some Good cultivates a healthy community by strengthening local agriculture and improving access to nutritious, affordable food.

Advancing Health

Students learn about the nutritional value of the fruits, vegetables and herbs they plant, harvest and eat that inspires healthier food choices.

Sustaining The Environment

Valuable lessons in conservation, collaboration and sustainability inspire our future farmers, chefs, scientists, teachers and community leaders.

Enriching Education

Outdoor classroom lessons support school curriculum in science, math, cultural studies, health and agriculture.

Connecting With Community

Teaching our community to grow their own food in sustainable and cost-effective ways and valuing our local farmers and fresh, local food.

Perpetuating Culture

Students study traditional Hawaiian plants, learn growing practices of native Hawaiians as well as experiment with growing and preparing foods from other cultures in Gardens of the World activities.

Get Involved with Grow Some Good

We are always on the lookout for enthusiastic garden volunteers to help our living classrooms thrive. Volunteers contribute to garden maintenance, curriculum support, planning, project direction, and community outreach. Dig in the garden, inspire kids and their families to grow food and harvest the rewards! If you’d like to be notified about volunteer activities, sign up for our newsletter.