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A LOS ANGELES URBAN FARMING INSTITUTION


BUILDING AND

MAINTAININ


AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS

About

About Crop Swap LA™ 

Easy access to affordable, nutrient rich food is our right, not a luxury.

What we do

Garden Installations, Rainwater Capture, Pollinator Fountains, Microfarm Management, Teaching, Community Impact

Mission Statement

We’re determined to grow food on unused spaces in ways that create jobs, preserve water, and equitably distribute the food.

Organizational Values

  • Intentionality, Focus, and Simplicity

Agricultural Values

  • Local Nutrient Transfer, Rain Water Capture, Organic Methodologies

Founded by Jamiah Hargins in 2018, Crop Swap LA™ has grown from a small monthly neighborhood swap of fruits and vegetables, to a globally recognized institution and movement. They believe that food should be grown and consumed locally to reduce reliance on inefficient, water and carbon intensive global supply chains.

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Microfarms

Transforming unused spaces into nutrient rich sustainable microfarms.

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Impact

Learn how Crop Swap LA's methods are making an impact in numbers.

Events

Press

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Asante Microfarm

The first front yard microfarm utilizing recycled rainwater and solar energy.

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La Salle Microfarm

This small front yard microfarm is filled with love and abundant harvests. 

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The Degnan Microfarm

The headquarters for Crop Swap LA™ is a microfarm brimming with technology and community engagement.

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