• Improve access to fresh, healthy, local foods and increase consumption of vegetables and fruits.

• Educate community members about food and nutrition.

• Contribute to a more resilient food system.

• Support social cohesion and build a sense of community.

• Promote safer neighborhoods by repurposing vacant lots and lands into attractive spaces where both people and plants can flourish. 

• A portion of the fresh fruits and vegetables produced by Woods Friendly Community Garden will be donated to food pantries and provided to low-income households.

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