Why Grow Food?

Whether you are growing in your own garden, a community garden, or purchasing from an urban farm, being an active participant in your local food system has incredible benefits.
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Grow Pittsburgh Seedling Sale at the East End Food Co-op

March 30, 2020 10:00 am

Grow Pittsburgh Seedling Sale at the East End Food Co-op

Come shop our wide variety of seedlings everyday at the East End Food Co-op, beginning March 30 and running through late June! Grow Pittsburgh is...

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Webinar: Composting 101

June 9, 2020 10:00 am

Webinar: Composting 101

Creating and adding compost to the soil is one of the foundational aspects of organic gardening. Most food crops require fertile, well-drained...

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Grow Pittsburgh Seedling Sale at the East End Food Co-op

March 30, 2020 10:00 am

Grow Pittsburgh Seedling Sale at the East End Food Co-op

Come shop our wide variety of seedlings everyday at the East End Food Co-op, beginning March 30 and running through late June! Grow Pittsburgh is following CDC recommendations for the COVID-19 outbreak. Due to the changing nature of the...

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Webinar: Composting 101

June 9, 2020 10:00 am

Webinar: Composting 101

Creating and adding compost to the soil is one of the foundational aspects of organic gardening. Most food crops require fertile, well-drained soil, and the best way to reach both of these goals is to add compost! Interested in creating your own...

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Workshops & Events

Urban Garden Map

Check out our interactive urban garden map for places to get growing in your neighborhood. And if you're growing food in or around Pittsburgh, please add your garden.