We're growing a healthier and greener Morristown community.

Standing Against Racism

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The New York Times

 

Grow It Green Morristown stands in solidarity with our Black communities locally and nationwide against racism and police brutality in all its forms. We know Black Lives Matter. Our staff and Board have been actively listening and learning. We know this is far from enough, however it is a start.  We are not willing to remain silent on where we stand as an organization.  
 
We are dedicated to our core values of Community, Education and Equity and stand against systemic racial inequity. We are committed to opening our eyes even further to see how our programs, practices and communications truly reflect these values at the farm and garden, and in our partnerships with many other local organizations and businesses.
 
We ask you to join us in taking action to create equity and celebrate diversity.  

What's Happening

Our Mission

Farm Stand every Saturday

The Urban Farm

Our farm fresh produce, herbs and eggs are available at the Urban Farm (31 Hazel St., Morristown behind Lafayette Learning Center) every Saturday until October 31st(except July 4th and Sept. 5th) from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. We hope to see you there! Click on image to see new procedures due to COVID-19.

Winter Farmers' Market

December 2020-March 2021

Morris Museum Outside

Every Sunday (except Dec 27) 10 am -1 pm

December 6, 2020 – March 28, 2021

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Grow It Green Morristown creates sustainable farms and gardens, and educates communities on healthy eating and environmental stewardship. We believe that fresh, local food should be accessible to all.

Your Support

In order to continue to provide the services of engagement and education to the Morristown community, we critically rely on individual, foundation, and corporate support. You can help GIGM through donations, event participation, volunteering, and service offerings! This is a particularly challenging year for small nonprofits like ourselves. Any amount that you are able to donate is appreciated to make our programs possible. 

Our Reach 

As part of our farm to school education program, nearly 3,000 students aged Pre-K to college visit The Urban Farm each year. We also make student connections through in-class visits, covering topics including plant science, healthy eating, and environmental stewardship. 

Creating opportunities for connection to the soil and where their food comes has a direct impact on healthy eating habits for children and their families. Over 100 families garden with us at the Early Street

Community Garden, surrounded by a unique and sustainable public parklet.

Each year, the farm and garden are planned and planted to grow nutrient dense, healthy fresh food to donate to our partners in the community.  Last year, we donated 7,000 lbs. of fresh produce. In the current environment with so much need, our goal is to exceed that amount and donate 8,000 lbs.  You can help us reach that goal!

Come Visit Us!

The Urban Farm

The Urban Farm is New Jersey’s largest public school garden. The farm is located on the grounds of the Morris School District administrative building. Throughout the growing season...  Read more

The Early Street

Community Garden

Once a littered and vacant lot, the Early Street Community Garden now provides space for over 100 families in Morristown to grow their own food...  Read more

Farm Stand

Shop Local, Eat Fresh
Come shop at our Farm Stand every Saturday at The Urban Farm, starting June 20th. 

Let's Stay Connected!
 
Grow It Green Morristown
14 Maple Ave, Suite 300
Morristown, NJ  07960
Phone: 973.206.4177
info@growitgreenmorristown.org
 

© 2020 Grow It Green Morristown.