By working with different communities around the country, we saw how Gardyns can benefit schools, shelters, and even bunnies! Fresh, nutritious food is essential for human health and well-being, and at Gardyn, it’s our mission to make it accessible and sustainable for everyone. By watching how Gardyn has helped their communities, we are able to determine how we can continue to grow G3.
When Tria Connell learned the store brought greens she fed to her rabbits could be a carrier of a deadly bunny virus called RHDV2, she was prompted to make a drastic change in the main source of their diet staple - lettuce.
Sourcing fresh produce for his remote Alaska restaurant proved to be a challenge until Randy Bezdek discovered Gardyn. Owner of The Hungry Robot in Fairbanks, Randy uses his Gardyn exclusively for the basil that tops piping hot pizzas from his wood-fired ovens.
On a mission to travel the U.S. in her motor home, there was one comfort of living in a stationary abode that Susan Butler missed dearly.
Access to fresh food.
Delighted with the abundance of homegrown food from her Gardyn, Leah Abucayan wondered what she could do with her extra harvest of greens. A light bulb went off in her community-minded spirit. Instead of throwing out the surplus of produce, she wanted to donate the greens in creative ways to Atlanta area solidarity fridges.