The Atlanta Local Food Initiative (ALFI) wants to know how much food is being produced in and around Atlanta! Community gardens contribute greatly to home food production, in addition to serving as a catalyst for social interaction, nutritional wellness, urban greenspace, and community development. In order to see how much food is being grown in Atlanta, it’s imperative that we take into account the size and location of community garden ventures.
The information collected here will be used for statistical purposes to get a better understanding of the distribution of community gardens in Metro Atlanta and the cumulative space used for growing food. Community garden information will not be used or reported in relation to the name of the garden. We will not use your information for marketing purposes or mailing lists. However, there is an opportunity at the end of the survey where you can indicate whether you would like to be contacted about local community garden resources and opportunities.
In order to ensure that we don’t count a garden multiple times, please enter the name and location of the community garden or organization that facilitates garden activities. We will not share your name or location unless you choose to be marked on our community garden map.