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Help us show the City of Prescott that their community supports the garden!

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A place where people grow together.


Urgent Call to Action! Believe it or not, our Prescott Food Forest is in danger of losing a vote in City Council. We need your help to reach out to City Council and voice your support for the Prescott Food Forest. Our mission is to help people grow, harvest, cook and preserve healthy fruits and veggies. Here’s the Councils contact info. They need to hear from you to know that a NO vote is against the best interests of our family and friends of Prescott. In these uncertain times, we must empower our citizens to know these essential life skills! Please share if you agree. Thank you and God Bless.
-John Murphy

Copy and paste the following email addresses into your "To" box and send an email to all the members of the Prescott City Council!,,,,,,


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Welcome to the Prescott Food Forest,

 a gardening discovery center and community garden project!

We want to offer educational, charitable and community building programs that create lasting experiences and meaningful education for all members of our community.


We are striving to build a gardening educational and discovery center where people come together to learn how to grow their own food using both conventional and cutting edge gardening methods. We want to offer classes for all ages, provide space for a real community garden as well as plots for rent, serve the community by providing much needed fresh food and provide a space where our community can grow together!

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Ways you can help.


As a 501(c)(3) organization, you can allocate your tax dollars to our cause! Your donations will count dollar-for-dollar and can be used to offset your Arizona State taxes!

Your contributions will help us reach our goals and implement the new gardening facility, establish greenhouses, install vertical gardening, provide learning opportunities and classes, and help us in continuing our efforts to establish a place where we can learn to grow together!


Support the people in your community and designate your tax dollars to the Prescott Food Forest!


We are currently in the process of asking the City of Prescott to allow us to use a plot of land that is located near the Heritage Park Zoo, if we can get our project approved then we will be in need of volunteers! To stay up-to-date about volunteer opportunities, please join our email list!

John Murphy and Ken Lain

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“Let Food be thy Medicine and Medicine be thy Food”

- Hippocrates

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