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A Vegetable Garden Contributes to Health and Sustainable Living



 We all know the importance of eating more vegetables, fruit and sustainable living. We are all aware of the importance of incorporating exercise or active movement into our lives. Studies are now showing that face to face social connection is an integral part of maintaining optimum health. You receive all of this from your vegetable garden. 

A vegetables garden should be an important part of a preventive health lifestyle for everyone. A vegetable garden allows you the opportunity to eat fresh organic vegetables, incorporate active movement into your life, reduce stress and can serve as a social connector with neighbors, friends and your community. All of these are important individual lifestyle choices in the prevention of heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity. More important is the improved quality of life

We all need to be better caretakers of our planet by incorporating sustainable living practices into our life. A vegetable garden does that and our planet and your garden benefits by composting.

For those who are limited in their ability to plant and maintain a garden, it becomes a social connector, a learning opportunity and more than just vegetables to eat. The value of the garden is more than just producing vegetables.

Let Suburban Farming Company help you get started growing your own food and on the road to a healthier lifestyle. Our goal is to bring the opportunity, joy and the many health benefits of a vegetable garden to everyone while teaching sustainability.

We specialize working with continuing care facilities, group homes, residential, camps, schools, special education programs and corporate wellness gardens in addition to our residential customers..

No matter who you are, we can help you. Suburban Farming Company will do all the work from start to finish so you can enjoy fresh organic food grown in your backyard or community. 

               It's time to become a "Suburban Farmer"



   Fresh produce from your backyard  or community garden