In the News

From time to time the Youth Garden Project makes headlines in the news and outside of Moab. Contact us if you are interested in doing a piece on the Youth Garden Project! We would love to show you around and share why we love what we do.

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July, 2017

Featured article in Moab Area Real Estate Magazine “Learning and Growing: at the Youth Garden Project, both kids and adults discover – and rediscover – the natural world.”

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January, 2017

Featured story with Seedstock “In Picturesque Moab, Utah, a Youth Garden Project Serves to Strengthen Community and Supply Fresh Produce.”

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August, 2016

Youth Garden Project receives Shopko Foundation grant for Nibble Garden

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November, 2013

The Youth Garden Project was selected as one of 250 finalist for Toyota’s “100 Cars For Good” Campaign and they launched an extensive social media campaign. In November, they were notified they were one of the winners!

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April, 2017

Youth Garden Project welcomes a new Executive Director.

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November, 2016

We were included in the 2016 Good Food Org Guide, Presented by Food Tank and James Beard Foundation.

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July, 2015

Featured Article with Food Tank, “Raising Excitement at the Youth Garden Project.”

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August, 2012

NPR’s Participation Nation Highlights the Youth Garden Project.

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April, 2012

Pick Up America Partners with Youth Garden Project to build a Peace Bench.

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January, 2017

Youth Garden Project receives $2,000 in seeds and supplies from Johnny’s Selected Seeds Company.

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September, 2016

Moab Sun News featured our first annual Yoga in the Garden free workshop.

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June, 2014

Youth Garden Project Executive Director, Delite Primus, honored with E-50 award by The Community Foundation of Utah, because of her work to bring YGP produce into the local high school’s cafeteria.

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April, 2012

The Salt Lake Tribune highlights the Youth Garden Project’s Community Supported Agriculture Program.

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Notable Press

2017 – Youth Garden Project is featured in an article in Moab Area Real Estate Magazine “Learning and Growing: at the Youth Garden Project, both kids and adults discover – and rediscover – the natural world.”

2017 – Youth Garden Project is receives $2,000 in seeds and supplies from Johnny’s Selected Seeds

2017 – Youth Garden Project Welcomes New Executive Director

2017 – Youth Garden Project Serves to Strengthen Community and Supply Fresh Produce article by seedstock.com,

2016 – Included in the 2016 Good Food Org Guide, Presented by Food Tank and James Beard Foundation,

2016 –Yoga in the Garden

2016 – The Youth Garden Project (YGP) and Canyonlands Field Institute (CFI), two local nonprofits focused on outdoor education, forged a new partnership this summer.

2016 – Youth Garden Project receives Shopko Foundation grant for ‘nibble garden’.

2016 – Youth Garden Project presents ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.

2015 –  Youth Garden Project receives Masonic Foundation of Utah grant

2015 – Youth Garden Project receives $3k grant from Rocky Mountain Power.

2015 – Raising excitement at the Youth Garden Project feature with Food Tank.

2015 – Loco for Locavores, Youth Garden Project’s Garden Dinners put emphasis on Moab-grown food.

2015 – FoodTank and The James Beard Foundation present the 2014 list of Good Food Organizations.

2014 – Executive Director, Delite Primus, honored with E-50 award.

2014 – YGP Produce in GCHS School Lunches

2012 – NPR’s Participation Nation Highlights the Youth Garden Project.

2012 – Buy a Utah CSA farm share for good eatin’ all summer long – Feature by Salt Lake Tribune

2012 – Community Unites to Transform Litter into Useful Art

2011- Students Learn Academic Life Skills during recent YGP summer youth camp.