The Edible Peace Patch Project is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization whose mission is to eliminate poverty as a factor in educational success and diet-related health issues.  To accomplish this mission we are building a model farm to school food system that will provide educational support and training and offer food literacy while delivery fresh locally grown food to school cafeterias.

We currently operate six schoolyard gardens in south St Petersburg, Florida including Campbell Park Elementary, Fairmount Park Elementary, Lakewood Elementary, Maximo Elementary, Melrose Elementary, Sanderlin IB World School, and we have aided in the maintenance of the John Hopkins Middle School garden.
Our urban farm is on the horizon.  Julius Keblinskas has donated his architectural skills and knowledge for us to display our plans to the public.
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We value all of our students/volunteers and go the extra mile to make sure you receive a learning experience that fits your career goals.  
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Join the Edible Peace Patch Project for "Cultivating Change," an evening of fun & food at Florida's 1st Luxury LEED Certified Platinum home at 470 Coffee Pot Riviera NE. Food provided by Chef Joseph Chouinard. Tickets: $100 person, $185 per couple. RSVP by calling (727) 320-6822 or mail check by April 22 to:
Edible Peace Patch Project
P.O. Box 956
St. Petersburg, FL 33731

Cultivating Change
We are a 501(c)(3) organization



Our community events are kept up to date in our  blogs and social media pages (see below).  There are also Press articles and links on our Press page. 

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Thursday, April 23rd, 7 p.m.
The Edible Peace Patch Project has been selected as one of the 2015 Community Corner hosts at Tropicana Field. Support the home team - your Tampa Bay Rays - and learn more about our wonderful project! Be sure to visit the Peace Patch during the Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox game! Representatives from the Edible
Friday and Saturday, April 24th & 25th

Eckerd College Conference on Food Production and Security
- Eckerd College
The Edible Peace Patch will take part in this important conference. Three internationally recognized scientists will debate their views and their recommendations for policy related to current food production and sustainability.