Gardening for Restoration And Conservation Education (GRACE)
The GRACE Garden Project features a ¾-acre community garden located at the Kitsap Conservation District, with on-site demonstrations of conservation methods, low-flow irrigation design, and season extension techniques. In 2018 the garden provided over 12,000 pounds of fresh vegetables for the Central Kitsap Foodbank. Partnering with the Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women (MCCCW) in Belfair the GRACE Garden also provides and restorative justice opportunities for their community service work crew.
What we do
We work with food banks, community gardens and urban gardeners providing technical assistance to help them conserve natural resources, keep our water clean and grow more food. At the GRACE Garden we grow vegetables in our 96x30' high tunnel and outside garden year round for the Central Kitsap Food Bank.