Tougaloo-Rainbow Garden

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The Tougaloo Rainbow Garden is a cooperative effort between Tougaloo College and Rainbow Whole Foods both in Jackson, MS. We provide volunteer opportunities for organic gardening and permaculture projects.

Our mission is to produce high-quality food for the Tougaloo educational community as well as the Rainbow Natural Grocery community. The garden will demonstrate community, civic engagement and organic, sustainable agriculture. We intend the garden to be a place of beauty, joy and sharing with the outdoor classroom inspiring additional sustainable agricultural community projects.

601-573-7529

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The Tougaloo Rainbow Garden is a cooperative effort between Tougaloo College and Rainbow Whole Foods both in Jackson, MS. We provide volunteer opportunities for organic gardening and permaculture projects.

Our mission is to produce high-quality food for the Tougaloo educational community as well as the Rainbow Natural Grocery community. The garden will demonstrate community, civic engagement and organic, sustainable agriculture. We intend the garden to be a place of beauty, joy and sharing with the outdoor classroom inspiring additional sustainable agricultural community projects.
601-573-7529

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The Tougaloo Rainbow Garden is a cooperative effort between Tougaloo College and Rainbow Whole Foods both in Jackson, MS. We provide volunteer opportunities for organic gardening and permaculture projects.

Our mission is to produce high-quality food for the Tougaloo educational community as well as the Rainbow Natural Grocery community. The garden will demonstrate community, civic engagement and organic, sustainable agriculture. We intend the garden to be a place of beauty, joy and sharing with the outdoor classroom inspiring additional sustainable agricultural community projects.
601-573-7529

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