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Sarvodaya Nursery

You love plants, and we grow amazing organic plants. Check out our selection of perennial food plants and exotic fruit trees at our nursery.  You can purchase online and pickup at our Pomona location.

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Sarvodaya Farms

Sarvodaya Farms is The Growing Club’s educational urban farming initiative. Through this initiative, we seek to demonstrate how urban farms can be centers of social, economic, and ecological regeneration and healing in (sub)urban centers. Our goal is to educate our community about regenerative urban farming through workshops, farmer training’s, and educational videos.  Sarvodaya Farms is a distributed urban farm, with sites located in Diamond Bar (The Growing Home), Claremont (The Growing Commons), and Pomona  (Los Angeles County), with dreams of continuing to regenerate many more forgotten urban lands.

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Demonstration Gardens

The Growing Home

The Growing Home is our suburban home demonstration site located in Diamond Bar, CA (suburb of Los Angeles). Formerly
a standard tract home with green grass, The Growing Home is now an ecologically-designed natural habitat that grows thousands of pounds of food for humans & wildlife, converts green waste into healthy soil, cleanses urban air pollution, harvests rainwater, and regulates its own temperature.

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Pomona Urban Farm

Pomona Urban Farm is our urban farm demonstration site located in Pomona, CA. Sarvodaya Farms shows how blighted urban lots can be converted into productive, beautiful mini-farms that grow healthy, organic food for the local
community, while also cleansing the air, reducing run-off pollution, providing green gathering space, and serving as urban centers of connection with Nature.

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The Growing Commons

Our latest demonstration site is a holistically designed orchard at the Claremont Friends Quaker Meeting. The Growing Commons was developed using ecological design principles and features to create a rich, food producing ecosystem. Highlights include rooftop and curbside water harvesting, California native plants, drought resilient fruit trees, mulching, and soil regeneration. This project is still under development, so look out for workshops hosted at this

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