DUG Community Gardens are vital spaces for increasing community food security by providing growers direct food access to healthy, local fruits and vegetables. We also know that gardeners are generous in spirit and donate and share produce with friends, neighbors, and communities, further amplifying the benefits community gardens bring to neighborhoods.
Learn more about food access organizations across metro Denver and view their distribution schedules.
Learn about the strong and robust network of food donation that exists in Metro Denver
and how your garden can play a role.
FRESH FOOD CONNECT
Fresh Food Connect was started in 2016 as a pilot project between Denver Food Rescue, Denver Urban Gardens, and Groundwork Denver. The app provides gardeners with an easy way to donate excess garden produce for redistribution to individuals and families facing food insecurity in the immediate community at several ‘No Cost’ Grocery Programs through Denver Food Rescue.