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Power of Community Gardens

with Black Farmers Collective

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Through our three travel pillars of Learn, Serve and Immerse, this enriching community experience at YES Farm, located in a historic part of Seattle near Yesler Terrace, offers you a powerful way to learn how the Black Farmers Collective has developed some creative solutions to building community through growing food.  Guests will also learn some Seattle history and insights to the intersections between urban farming, environmental justice, climate change solutions and food access.   Book a date to join us using links below!

This experience is one of our Seattle Community Tours & Team Building Experiences, so check out all of the other fun experiences you can enjoy with Global Family Travels! 

Tour Details

Our adventure begins outside historical  Washington Hall  in Seattle's Capital Hill, and the former site of Off the Wallto learn about different street art pieces. We later take the First Hill Streetcar Line to Pioneer Square and Chinatown International District (C-ID), where we learn more about Seattle's urban Street art. We end our urban art adventure at Gallery Wolf Deluxe and encourage guest to enjoy a meal in the C-ID! 

Tour Dates: offered Saturdays and some Sundays from 10am - 12:30 pm and custom dates by demand. 

Price: $50 per person (recommended for kids 12 and older)

Tour Overview

Sample Itinerary for a Saturday Tour: 

10:30 AM: Meet your Tour Facilitator at the entrance of Danny Woo Community Garden. We will briefly walk through their gardens to learn how they serve the community and explain synergies and relationship to YES Farm’s mission.  

10:45 AM: Walk to YES Farm, with a stop at Kobe Terrace (0.4 miles)  

11 AM:  Orientation and Check into YES Farm, learning about their mission and history. 

11:15-12:15 PM: Volunteer on farm with direction from Farm Manager

12:15-12:30 PM: Discussion and Wrap Up 

Tour Dates: offered Saturdays and some Sundays from 10am - 12:30 pm and custom dates by demand. 

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About Black Farmers Collective

We are honored to work with the Black Farmers Collective

The Black Farmers Collective is a group of urban food system activists dedicated to providing opportunities to improve the health of our communities through all aspects of the food system. The Collective are growers, sellers, preparers, educators, and eaters.  The organization’s vision is based in the need for a place for African American leadership on the land, the Kwanzaa principle of cooperative economics, and the realization that mitigating the climate crisis requires action to support local production, carbon sequestration, and natural habitat creation.

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 Custom Tour Dates


Click to inquire about a custom date link below to book this experience, or contact us to inquire.   This community-based experience is also offered as an Educational Outing or Team Building Experience. 


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