Gardens as institutions have stood as sites of healing, hope, and nurturance because they reflect gardeners' paradigms within the parameters designed by nature -- different gardens have their own special stories.
Garden of Regeneration highlights the common anchoring and centering bridge or gate to nature. This program captures such connection by showcasing community gardens established by the marginalized members of our society.
with stories to share
Growing own food is the most direct way to connect with the land. To the marginalized members of society, gardens to grow for their cultural cuisine to identify with are the stories that resonate with to re-anchor or center themselves amidst of the systemic challenges they face daily.