Help Relocate The Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden
Over the last 6 years Black Yield has been planting seeds toward black land and food sovereignty.
Since 2018, BYI has developed the soil and growing potential of our farm, The Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden (CHUCG). Right now, Black Yield Yield faces new challenges.
After 4 years of hard labor and stewardship of The Cherry Hill Urban Garden, we are being removed from the land at the end of 2021.
We're preparing the farm for the big move-packing equipment, harvesting our last crops and still continuing programming as usual, but there is still SO much more to do.
Right now we need your help!
This campaign will fund the the relocation of The Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden to our new location.
Our famous saying at BYI is Keep The Flame 🔥.
It keeps us grounded, grateful & encouraged to do the work we do.
Today we #keeptheflame- reflecting on 6 years of all the stories ,food and people grown at CHUCG.
We ask you to pledge your support and help BYI #keeptheflame🔥 toward the relocation of our urban agriculture initiative.
From all of us at Black Yield Institute, we give thanks for your support to continue making CHUCG a space where people can continue to grow food and grow people.