Empowering Next Generation Changemakers

For 30 years, we've been committed to working collaboratively to
engage and empower young people to be problem solvers for the planet.

Our Programs

Providing schools with strategies for building effective and long-lasting garden-based learning programs.

Challenging and guiding students to make a meaningful difference for local endangered species.

A ChangeMakers Program

Supporting, connecting, training, and empowering youth to become successful campaigners for environmental, social, and community-impact issues.

Cook, Eat, Sprout!

Join Chef Asata for a virtual kids' cooking camp this summer from June 7-11 and July 12-16! Prepare delicious dishes in your home kitchen that feature plant-based recipes and seasonal produce. Register for a daily session or a whole week!

Register for this year's Ocean Heroes Global Bootcamp!

Registration is now open for this year's Ocean Heroes Global Bootcamp from June 24-27. Open to youth ages 11-20 from all nations. Register by June 19, capacity is limited!

The Power is Yours!

Social justice, racial justice, and environmental justice are all linked. And they all require an understanding of the levers for change to create a better future for all. See how young people are fighting for a better future through the Ocean Heroes program.

Give Today to Feed Atlanta Families!

Every donation counts! Join us in directly helping over 500,000 community members by providing over 77,500 lb of community garden-grown food, and helping build more young changemakers who love nature and grow their own food!

Resources for Learning from Home

We've curated our resources for K-12 students to continue learning and exploring their environment from anywhere!

Becoming Problem Solvers for the Planet

“We are grateful to A Plus Films for telling our story! Watch the video above to learn about our Ocean Heroes Bootcamp program co-founded with Lonely Whale; and also about Project Giving Gardens, launched in the Spring of 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 school closures and resulting food insecurity crisis across Atlanta. That program was facilitated in partnership with FoodWell Alliance, Atlanta Community Food Bank, and so many amazing funders!”