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Urban Community Farm

IWMF’s Urban Community Farm was initiated in 2018 with the goal of advancing urban agriculture. We have a vision for a local, ecologically driven, urban farm that could offer city dwellers the freshest and highest quality fruits and vegetables, year-round, at low prices and employment opportunities. It was inspired by innovation and technology, driven by a sense of duty to address community wellness and ecological issues facing our agricultural system, and motivated by a foundation’s penchant for challenge. 

Our Aims …

  • Promote a diversity of approaches to sustainable gardening
  • Encourage co-operation, education and community involvement centered around organic gardening
  • Share and develop knowledge and practice of organic gardening
  • Promote well-being by providing access to garden space and to public gathering spaces
  • Encourage and maintain a sustainable method of bio-diverse gardening


Our volunteers can include:

  • Individuals
  • Senior Citizens
  • Neighborhood Associations
  • Youth Groups
  • Schools
  • Scouts
  • Church Groups
  • Businesses

Interested in helping with this program?

Mentorship is proven to increase retention, persistence, and graduation of student participants. This high-quality, high-impact mentoring program provides a unique E-STEM platform between mentor and student through an interactive and personalized curriculum.

To get involved in this life-changing and ground-breaking program, apply below. Be someone who matters to someone who matters, and mentor a college student! Click the box below. 


If you are a youth or parent seeking a program that can provide academic tutoring, college/career planning, 21st-century work skill knowledge, mentoring, or just a place to be challenged and grow? Contact us with any questions? … Contact us at info@iwmf2.org

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