Green Team Farm

Started in 2016, the Green Team Farm Project is a farm-based job training program that aims to simultaneously revitalize an underutilized urban area while providing opportunities for women who are experiencing homelessness. During the 10-month program, participants learn basic organic gardening techniques, intensive vegetable production strategies, small farm management expertise, and other job skills.

The goals of the Green Team Farm Project are as follows:

  • Provide employment and job training for women currently experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake City.
  • Provide financial and life skills training for women currently experiencing homelessness.
  • Increase healthy food access for low-income children in the Salt Lake City School District.
  • Create a vibrant community space and increase community involvement by revitalizing this underutilized urban area.

The Green Team Farm, located at 622 W 100 S, Salt Lake City, is managed by Wasatch Community Gardens in partnership with Advantage Services and the Downtown Alliance on land owned by the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City. 

For questions about the Green Team Farm, please contact James Loomis, Farm Director, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.