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The New Orleans Area Habitat Urban Garden (HUG) Fresh Food Initiative is a program through which NOAHH allows local groups to plant a variety of produce on unused lots. The initiative is designed to help create new resources for communities where New Orleans Habitat builds as part of our mission to enhance and renew communities and fight blight.

Currently, NOAHH has 36 lots in use by 14 individuals and organizations. From fruit trees to honey, from vegetable plots to soil manufacture, these lots are creating sustainable, renewable resources for local businesses, community groups, and nonprofits.

To become a garden partner with NOAHH, contact Cheryl Przygocki at 504-861-2077, ext. 231, or email her at cherylhp@habitat-nola.org. All partners must fill out a Lot Use Proposal and Land Use Agreement. Gardening opportunities are subject to garden partner seasonal needs. See below for available lots.

If you would like to volunteer with one of our garden partners, contact Avery Strada at 504-861-2077 ext. 265 or by email at averys@habitat-nola.org.

 

Lots available to new partners

  • 2338 Clouet
  • 2519 Desire
  • 2544 Desire
  • 2619 Desire
  • 2018 Egania
  • 2612 Gallier
  • 3016 Laussat
  • 2132 Mazant
  • 1721 Montegut
  • 1906 Andry
  • 2123 Benton
  • 2134 Gordon
  • 6414 N Miro
  • 6313 N Prieur
  • 2204 Guerra
  • 3016 Stacie
  • 3109 Stacie
  • 3205 Stacie
  • 3208 Stacie
  • 2909 Tara

 

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