Welcome to Three Sisters Gardens
Locally Grown Organic Vegetables Right to your Table
Three Sisters Gardens is a 501(C)(3), nonprofit organization bringing community members together to grow food and lives in West Sacramento, CA.
Call now: +1 916-291-8595
Cultivating Social Justice
Who are we?
Three Sisters Gardens’ main goal is to give back to the community by inspiring and empowering youth through gardening. Like the Three Sisters legend of companionship planting, Three Sisters Gardens believes that our communities can begin to heal and thrive when all components, the youth, adults and elders are working together as one.
How can you help?
Financial contributions are always helpful, but there are many other ways for you to support the program.
Individuals with skills in clerical support, grant writing , research, social media and outreach leading workshops, farm operations and any applicable talents are always needed and greatly appreciated.
Support Three Sisters Gardens
with a Tax-Deductible Donation!
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Serving as a vehicle for youth education and development, the Youth Farms will engage school-aged children from the Yolo communities with food production and teamwork.
Three Sisters Gardens @ 4th and C Street in Broderick
317 4th Street
West Sacramento, California 95605
Three Sisters Gardens, Cummins Way Farm
700 Cummins Way, West Sacramento, CA 95605
Three Sisters Gardens @ 5th and C Street in Broderick
317 5th St. , West Sacramento, CA 95605
River City Farm
485 Regatta Ln, West Sacramento, CA 95605
1920 34th Avenue in Sacramento, California
Workshops, skill share and hands on training in soil carbon and it’s production benefits, sustainable nutrient management and agricultural biodiversity.
Please address any physical mail or correspondence to:
PO Box 108
West Sacramento, CA 95605
WE HAVE EXPERIENCE
The mission of Three Sisters Gardens is to teach youth how to grow, harvest, and distribute organic vegetables right where we live.
Three Sisters Gardens is based in traditional Native American values of respecting Mother Earth and all living things.
At Three Sisters Gardens we are using urban agriculture to engage community members to get involved in creating a food system that is good for us and the environment.
Urban Farming at its Best
“To forget how to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget ourselves.”
Interested In donating or volunteering? Please reach out to us in one of these ways.