Welcome to The Lord’s Acre

Now in our ninth growing season, The Lord’s Acre continues to inspire new ways of living in community and increasing food access. We don’t buy the “giver”and “receiver” labels of charity—everyone has something to offer and something they need. What we do believe in is weaving folk’s strengths, passions, talents, and creativity into addressing issues like food security, loneliness, prejudice, and the isolation of modern society. Yes, The Lord’s Acres believes a garden and the acts of learning, growing, and eating food together can accomplish this.
We believe it because we see it every day.

 

Welcome to The Lord’s Acre

Now in our ninth growing season, The Lord’s Acre continues to inspire new ways of living in community and increasing food access. We don’t buy the “giver”and “receiver” labels of charity—everyone has something to offer and something they need. What we do believe in is weaving folk’s strengths, passions, talents, and creativity into addressing issues like food security, loneliness, prejudice, and the isolation of modern society. Yes, The Lord’s Acres believes a garden and the acts of learning, growing, and eating food together can accomplish this. We believe it because we see it every day.

 

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The Lord’s Acre’s Partnerships

Food For Fairview Pantry, Fairview Welcome Table, Society of St. Andrews Gleaning, Green Opportunities Kitchen Ready Program, Warren Wilson College, Come to the Table / RAFFI, Gardens That Give WNC, Organic Grower’s School, UNCA Food Security and Wellbeing Collaborative – Asheville, North Carolina Community Garden Partners (NCCGP), CRAFT – Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training, Evergreen Charter School, Anathoth Garden, Cedar Grove, NC, Living Web Farms, Bounty & Soul Share Market, Red Moon Herbs, Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP)

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Our History

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TLA Expansion Plan

Community Garden Education-Center

Over 67 tons of food grown and given away since 2009.

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We could not do it without you

The Lord’s Acre is a local Garden Project providing fresh vegetables for a number of local nonprofit organizations. In our first 7 growing seasons, we donated almost 60 tons of fresh, organic produce. Please consider a donation today.

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