In the soil of our urban farm, people find the tools they need find a home in the world

Be part of the change with the Homeless Garden Project!

Welcome to the Homeless Garden Project. We are an established non-profit organization providing job training, transitional employment, and support services to individuals in Santa Cruz who are experiencing homelessness. We also provide volunteer opportunities to people who want to give back to the community.
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Our Farm

Our current working farm is Natural Bridges Farm, located on the West Side of Santa Cruz near Natural Bridges State Park. You can buy fresh organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers from our Farm Stand or become a member of our Community Support Agriculture (CSA) program during our growing season.

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Job Training Program

Our dynamic employment training program is focused on stewardship, conservation, and regenerative agricultural principles, teaching skills that truly transform lives for those who wish to maintain a stable, productive place in society.

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CSA Program

Our organic, seasonal vegetables grown at the farm are available at our Farm Stand, through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) memberships, and at select local restaurants. Learn how you can enjoy our farm's abundance. 2023 CSA Memberships are now available!

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Products That Give Back

In addition to offering organic produce through our farm and CSA, we also develop a variety of unique gifts and handmade crafts produced by the people in the employment training program. All proceeds go towards supporting the Homeless Garden Project and our programs. You can get a preview of some of the products here or come stop by one of our stores! We also sell select products in New Leaf Community Market and other local stores. We can't do this without you! Our partnership with our dedicated community of customers, volunteers, and donors is key to our success.


Volunteer Opportunities

We provide volunteer opportunities in Santa Cruz to help people experiencing homelessness re-establish themselves and get back on their feet.

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