Got a kitchen? Why not get a garden?
We believe food should easily be grown right where you live.
We believe anyone with at least 18 square feet of open air space can produce and benefit from at least 16 different culinary herbs, fruits, and vegetables grown at home, even if you have a black thumb.
We believe in affordable fresh, organic produce.
We believe in nutritious, accessible food that gives your family an educational experience and also benefits your community by saving 66% of lawn water usage, supporting living wages, reducing toxins and decreasing your carbon footprint.
We believe organic home-grown produce serves as a viable alternative to the inefficiencies of our massive food system as we prepare to feed our growing population.
We believe we will feed everyone when we can relate to food as an abundant resource.
We also believe in influencing the culture of food consumption and empowering communities to learn more about where their food comes from.
We believe when we make food production a local concern, you will feed yourself and your neighbors, satisfy our basic human need, preserve life and move humanity forward.
This is why our mission is to provide access to custom organic gardens, which cost less than grocery store organic produce and are twice as fresh.
We connect you to organic gardeners, who are experts in organic landscaping, and want to transform your lawn or yard. Our gardeners and edible landscapers are standing by to help.
We want to install a million gardens. Will you be one in a million?
We also believe swiss chard can look beautiful grown beside roses in your little garden.
For home owners:
On our market place, in 30 seconds, you are able to hire professional organic gardeners, who will grow your organic garden. Ask for a free maintenance lesson to care for the garden yourself or pay for maintenance, if you're a busy bee. We are currently in the Northern California Bay Area, and Los Angeles in California. We also support Cleveland, Ohio and the entire state of Minnesota. To become a local hero, reduce local hunger by donating your excess produce to food banks.
For Professional Organic Gardeners:
All organic gardeners still need to be a business and have a contractor's license. We vet gardeners through customers and renowned experts in the field.
For general questions, feedback, and business-related inquiries,
write Sophia & Andrew: info [at] terraformers.com.
We look forward to growing affordable fresh organic produce with you.