Garden Program

Modeled after the successful 2013 pilot program at the Boys & Girls Club of Franklin/Simpson, the Seed to Sale program educates youth, ages 8 -16, about where food comes from, healthy eating habits, nutrition, cooking, money management, food sales and marketing. In 2014, the Kentucky Alliance teamed up with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture to create an urban garden program at the Parkland Boys & Girls Club in West Louisville in 2014.
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In 2015, the Alliance delivered the Seed to Sale program at five Club sites through a USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. The Seed to Sale garden program enables Clubs to create collaborative partnerships with local UK Agriculture Extension offices, chefs, hospitals, healthcare providers, and community leaders. This program also engages the wider community through community events such as cooking demonstrations and nutrition workshops.  

In 2016, the Kentucky Alliance was awarded a grant from the Walmart Foundation to expand the program to four additional sites across Kentucky. Our vision is to have a Seed to Sale program offered at each and every Boys & Girls Club location across the Commonwealth. 

The Kentucky Alliance is actively seeking Seed to Sale garden program partners. With your help we can maintain, sustain and expand the Seed to Sale program's lasting impact! Become a partner today by making an in-kind donation, monetary donation and/or volunteering at one of our Club gardens. Together, we will create a new generation of farmers, entrepreneurs and agriculture enthusiasts!
Club Garden Projects
  • Boys & Girls Club of Butler County
  • Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club
  • Devers Middle School & Teen Center @ Fort Knox
  • Boys & Girls Club of Franklin/Simpson
  • Boys & Girls Club of Glasgow/Barren County
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati's Marge Schott-Unnewehr Unit
  • Harlan County Boys & Girls Club
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana's Parkland Unit
  • Oscar Cross Boys & Girls Club
  • Tom Browning Boys & Girls Club
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