Partners

Rainbow circle with P-Patch partners and doodles showing how they are all part of the P-Patch Program

Asian Counseling & Referral Services-Seattle Community Farm ACRS works with farm partners to maintain production of fresh vegetables to be distributed to local food banks and to develop a three year strategic plan.  Seattle BIPOC Organic Food Bank joined the farm in 2020 with support from the P-Patch Community Gardening Program.

Black Farmers Collective is a distributed network of cutting-edge black farmers and growers throughout the greater Seattle area.  

Yes Farm is a new urban farm in the Yesler neighborhood of Seattle. This is a partnership between Seattle Housing Authority who holds the use permit from WADOT and the Black Farmers Collective who are developing and running a cooperative urban farm with the goal of providing food, education, and community building in the neighborhood and the surrounding communities.

Nurturing Roots is a community farming program focused on educating youth & community members on healthy food choices. Creating community through gardening.

Black Star Farmers focuses on Black and Indigenous relationships with the land, improving BIPOC communities' food sovereignty, and guides difficult discussions about racial inequality.  Black Star Farmers grows high-quality produce, plants, and traditional medicines to create self-sufficient communities.

City Fruit is reclaiming the urban orchard, showing people how to harvest what they need, and to share the rest with others. We help tree owners grow healthy fruit, provide assistance in harvesting and preserving fruit, promote the sharing of extra fruit, and work to protect urban fruit trees.

Common Acre restores relationships between people and the land through ecology, agriculture, and art. Alleycat Acres reconnects people, place, and produce by transforming underutilized urban spaces into neighborhood run farms.

Community Emergency Hub Network is an ALL-VOLUNTEER force dedicated to helping Seattle communities prepare for a disaster. We work closely with City of Seattle officials, are incorporated into the response plan, but choose to remain independent of formal city control. This allows us to remain nimble and respond to our communities as the unique entities that they are.

Food Forest Collective is the not for profit that oversees the Beacon Food Forest and dedicated to cultivating a community dedicated to building equitable food systems for all people, and steward our environment for the benefit of all species.

Grow have been providing effective and consistent advocacy and services for organic community gardens for more than 40 years. Their mission is to build healthy and diverse communities by advocating for, managing and funding organic community gardens and orchards, urban farms and green spaces. We provide educational opportunities for growing, sharing and  preparing food and acquiring and holding land .

King County Master Gardeners WSU Extension King County Master Gardener program provides a multitude of resources for home gardeners. This gardening information is available to the public and is

  • research-based and
  • focused on environmentally friendly and sustainable gardening practices

Marra Farm Coalition is a group of organizations and individuals working to build Marra Farm's role in modeling urban agriculture and fostering community involvement and represents the spectrum of farm stakeholders including farmers and gardeners, consumers of farm food, the City of Seattle, Solid Ground (as a program manager), volunteers and educational program participants as well as visitors to the park. The current gardening groups are involved in the Giving Garden, Mien Community Gardens, P-Patch Garden and Large-Tract Plots, Children's Garden and Seattle Urban Farm Project.

Mutual Aid Networks and Feeding Programs throughout the city of Seattle

Rainer Beach Action Coalition an alliance of residents, organizations, institutions generating and sharing knowledge about the neighborhood. Our partnership focuses on the Rainer Beach Farm and Wetlands is a vibrant community hub for food, urban farming and environmental education in the heart of Seattle's Rainier Beach neighborhood --one the most diverse zip codes in the nation. About half of this 7.2 acres site is dedicated to organic food production and about half of the farm is dedicated to restoring a natural wetlands and buffer zone.

Salsa de la Vida Community farm is a 6,000 sq. foot Farm at Marra Farm in South Park, Seattle. In response to the Covid-19 crisis we are shifting gears and creating an affordable weekly Farm Share program. We hope to help our community eat healthy!

Seattle Food Banks throughout the city of Seattle

Seattle Giving Garden Network is an entirely volunteer-run association that serves as a connector for the hundreds of individuals and gardens dedicated to growing and giving in the city. 

Seattle Housing Authority partners with the P-Patch Community Gardening Program on P-Patch gardens located on their property.

Seattle Public Schools

Solid Ground Solid Ground works to end poverty and undo racism and other oppressions that are root causes of poverty.

University Height Center promotes life-long learning, creativity, culture, community activism, and the preservation of our historic building.  They host the U-Heights P-Patch on the grounds.

Washington Native Plant Society WNPS promotes the appreciation and conservation of Washington's native plants and their habitats through study, education, and advocacy.

Young Women Empowered (Y-We) cultivates the power of diverse young women to be creative leaders and couragous change makers through transformative programs within a collaborative community of belonging.