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Kinship Urban Farm

Join us for a tour of Kinship Urban Farm as we show a young group of students service learning in how farms work. Kinship Urban Farm is a project I volunteered on several years ago and it has developed into a full blown urban agricultural project. It’s located on 1/2 acre behind the West Pasco Habitat for Humanity Re-store at 4131 Madison Street, New Port Richey, FL. Local community members volunteer to grow fresh organic vegetables for local community to enjoy nutrient dense food. We are practicing permaculture year round in New Port Richey at this great non profit.

Check out our farm website at

Children service learning at Kinship Urban Farm

About our gofund me:-

I am raising money for our Kinship Urban Farm project so that we can raise 10,000 seedlings per month to go in our garden, as well as shared with other community and school gardens in West Pasco. We are one of a kind out of 1400 Habitat for Humanities our West Pasco affiliate is the only Re-Store with a Farm in the back! We are endeavoring to integrate the farm into the Habitat construction.

The new and previous Habitat Homes will be offered installs of Gardens, fruit trees, Aquaponics, Chicken coops, Bee- Hives. and more. But first we have to build a working model to teach people!

If you want to support us check out our go fund me.

This is a project of West Pasco Habitat for Humanity at

Check out our farm website at

Kinship Urban Farm Tour

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