WELCOME TO A BETTER WAY TO LIVE!
Your guide to urban gardening, fresh fruits & vegetables, wholefoods, nutrition plans, and healthy living is here.
A plant-based lifestyle has become more prevalent amid meat shortage concerns and susceptibility to COVID-19 with pre-existing conditions. Boost your immune system and reduce your meat consumption with our 21-Day Veggie Challenge!
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Vegeculture is a comprehensive public health initiative, sponsored by Representative Doreen Carter, dedicated to providing sustainable solutions to solve the "food desert" problem, so that residents in low-income areas have access to affordable, healthy food options within District 92 and beyond.
Offering a wellspring of resources to survive in a food desert, Vegeculture challenges the community to consume more fruits and vegetables and cultivate a healthy lifestyle through wholefoods, holistic self-care, nutrition education, and urban agriculture training.
Our mission is to champion the art and science of growing fruits and vegetables to inspire future farmers and position wholefoods as a catalyst for healthy living.
Through the disciplines of STEM and STEAM education and collaborative partnerships with Georgia schools, the business community, public libraries, and government leaders, we aim to cultivate a Vegeculture.
Eat more fresh fruits, vegetables, and wholefoods to make your mind, body, and soul whole.
Who said organic vegetables are expensive?! Wanna know a secret? We can teach you a little something about nutritional value and getting the most out of your budget by including homegrown vegetables to your meal plan.
Developing a nutrition plan with food that is free from additives and other artificial substances is easier than you think! These wholesome wholefoods provide the best nutritional benefits for any budget.
MONEY DOESN'T GROW ON TREES...
Well! Money may not grow on trees, however, growing your own fruits and vegetables is sorta like printing your own money - and that's pretty close. Besides, who needs money when "health is wealth" and you could grow your own fruits and vegetables?
If you think it's expensive to eat healthy, not eating healthy will cost you more. Furthermore, for heaven's sake, never let the cost of eating organically curtail your nutritional value intake. Henceforth and evermore, you are cordially invited to learn how to grow your own fruits and vegetables.