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.
Rocky Mountain Power Foundation recently awarded a $2,500 grant to the Youth Garden Project to support the organization’s internship program.
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.”
Featured story with Seedstock “In Picturesque Moab, Utah, a Youth Garden Project Serves to Strengthen Community and Supply Fresh Produce.”
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!
Youth Garden Project welcomes a new Executive Director.
We were included in the 2016 Good Food Org Guide, Presented by Food Tank and James Beard Foundation.
Featured Article with Food Tank, “Raising Excitement at the Youth Garden Project.”
NPR’s Participation Nation Highlights the Youth Garden Project.
Pick Up America Partners with Youth Garden Project to build a Peace Bench.
Youth Garden Project receives $2,000 in seeds and supplies from Johnny’s Selected Seeds Company.
Moab Sun News featured our first annual Yoga in the Garden free workshop.
The Salt Lake Tribune highlights the Youth Garden Project’s Community Supported Agriculture Program.
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 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
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.
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
A note from the YGP Team:
As we do our best as organization to respond to concerns about COVID-19, we've made the decision to move the Spring Plant Sale online, with an option for pick-up or delivery of plant starts. Since the Plant Sale typically draws in over 10 people at a time (with staff alone we are close already), we need to make sure we are following all protocols about social distancing and large group gatherings. Shop for plants at this link. Thanks for understanding, and well wishes to all!