Amir seeks to provide garden and farm-based education to youth across the world, both at summer camps and in year-round communal spaces, and to use their sites as sources of community and regional biodiversity to not only nourish their campers, but the world around them. They support their Farmers and participating campers as they develop into leaders in education, activism, public service, and more. They hope to expand the scope of their work to include a wide array of communities seeking justice in all that they do.
mentored more than 4,430 at-risk kids
1,504 lbs of harvest grown, donated and eaten in Houston alone
worked with 16 sites across the U.S.