Tiny Gardens


Tiny Gardens is a collaboration between Refarmers and Abundant Earth Foundation. Tiny Gardens are accessible, inexpensive, and create opportunities to reconnect with nature, neighbors, and cultural roots through small-scale food growing.

Donate to Tiny Gardens

Personal Info

Donation Total: $50.00 One Time

Current Fundraising Goal: $15,000

Thank you for supporting our work!


Anybody Can Grow Food Anywhere

We believe through Tiny Gardens; anybody can grow food anywhere with a bit of creativity and guidance. ​We offer free tools and resources to educate individuals, families, teachers, schools, and communities on how to grow food even with little space or experience.


Project Updates

2021 – Tiny Gardens Social Media Contest

Everyone of all ages is invited to enter our social media Tiny Garden contest between April 22 to July 20, 2021. Abundant Earth Foundation (AEF) and Refarmers are joining together to help everyone gain access to food, herbs, and flowers regardless of their living space by growing a Tiny Garden.

A tiny garden can be grown on porches, parking lots, rooftops, and just about anywhere the sun shines. An abundance of nutrition can be created even when no land is available.

Vegetables, flowers, or herbs can all grow in small spaces like a wooden box, burlap sack, crate, plastic bottles, or even old shoes!

We offer free tools and resources to change the world together through education about urban and tiny gardening for individuals, families, teachers, schools, and communities. We would love to connect with you as a potential partner, sponsor, or volunteer to continue expanding our community reach.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Creating healthy ecosystems for an Abundant Earth.

By donating to Abundant Earth Foundation, you support individuals and small projects that may not otherwise have access to funding.

Through our global networks, we are able to give directly to grantees – enabling them to quickly implement their initiatives.

The Northern Youth Project bring young people together through art, community and lessons in growing food. ©Lupita Salazar