Community Partners of Fort Worth
Your Support Sprouts Hope
Our Warmest Thanks to you our community partners, to whom none of this would be possible without you, and thanks again.
- Elizabeth Anna
- Texas Wesleyan chapter Habitat For Humanity
- James Jr. High School
- SouthEast Fort Worth, Inc.
- Rosedale Renaissance Alliance
- Poly Hardware
- Teague Lumber
- TCU Department of Sociology and Anthropology
- Blue Zone by Healthways
- Healthy Tarrant County Collaborators
- Southside Renaissance
- Carraway Urban Farm
Become a Partner and together we can do so much more to sprout hope, your support grows us literally and figuratively.
Our final motivation for the garden was not the sole vision of the project manager. It was the inspiration from within our own community of supporters. When news spread of a community garden sprouting up in Southeast Fort Worth volunteers and community supporters from all over Tarrant County chimed in. Many offered services, advice, volunteers and pledge to continue supporting your community garden and urban farm. As we grow we want you to grow with us which is why we are joining organizations and forming like-minded and sustainable partnerships. We believe if we pool our resources together we can accomplish more than individually. Join the urban farm movement.