Public spaces are incredibly valuable for the entire community. And just like water, public spaces and organic food are human rights. Community gardens provide a meeting place for humans and creatures alike.
From sage to salamanders, mold to the mighty sequoias, California’s biodiversity is rich and robust. Working with both California native plants and exotic climate-adapted (drought-tolerant) plants, CAN! School Gardens may not be green all year, but they are thriving and provide valuable habitat to many creatures and critters.