Farming’s Future is a 501(c) 3 educational nonprofit providing experiential programs with STEAM discipline focus: Agriculture, Horticulture, Aquaponics, Nutrition, and Environmental Art and Design.
Farming’s Future incorporates STEAM disciplines into each program we design. Additionally, we integrate students with their local community. The results of STEAM focused programs combined with civic participation leads to stronger, safer, healthier and happier communities. Farming’s Future designs and conducts community workshops and programs that include public schools, secular and non-secular private schools, senior centers, and scouting organizations.
Our current sprouts.
Programs just sprouting. Please ask.
Previous programs currently fallow.
Garden Buds and Perennials are affiliates who help Farming’s Future prepare and complete community and school programs. These generous partners donate their expertise, labor, materials, and facilities, that keep our garden programs running. Without the continuous contributions and support from our Garden Buds and Perennials, these programs could not continue.
Please consider joining this top shelf group – And in the meantime – Support Them Please
Armstrong Garden Center
California School Garden Network
Do It Center
Give with Liberty, Employees of Liberty Mutual
Los Angeles Unified School District
Los Angeles Viticulture Academy
MEND (Meeting Every Need with Dignity)
Mount Gleason Middle School
Sepulveda Middle School
Rotary International La Canada Chapter
Tube Planters of Orange County
Farmings Future is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 educational organization. Your generous contributions support these ongoing programs.
There are several ways you may donate to Farming’s Future. Online through GuideStar or PayPal; if you work for a corporation they may have a corporate match program; and by mail or phone.
Donate online securely, via the following links:
or at Paypal by clicking the donate button
We accept personal check, cashiers check and money order donations. Please include a letter with your name, address and phone number with your donation. Keep a photo copy and we will mail you a receipt for your tax deduction. Please do not mail cash or credit card information in your letter/mail.
113 N Almansor Street, Suite 22
Alhambra, CA 91801
Please feel free to contact us by phone to make a donation, to volunteer your time, or to make special arrangements for in-kind donations. If you reach our voice mail, please leave your name and phone number – we will call you back as soon as we get in from the garden. Please do not leave credit card information in your voice mail message.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
– Margaret Mead
Come get involved with world changing activities, one community at a time.
The most valuable gift of all is your time.
We all benefit from the knowledge and expertise that you bring.. Our programs will continue to use a combination of professional facilitators and volunteers like yourselves; both are essential in keeping the gardens growing and the students’ and communities’ programs thriving. If you have expertise in an area where you see we could grow (pun intended) please contact us.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general inquiries, send us an email at email@example.com, or contact the individuals below at their listed email addresses.
Executive Director, Farming’s Future
Providence Saint Joseph, Medical Center, Burbank.
R.N., CDE, a diabetes education nurse
Diah Diah Costumes
Los Angeles Unified School District, Retired, Special Education and Garden Implementation Specialist