WHEN URBAN FARMING & LOW COST SENIOR HOUSING COME TOGETHER, THE COMMUNITY WILL THRIVE
** Summer Garden Camp 2020!**
FRONT & CENTER
AT THE TERRACE FOUNDATION
Our own living produce to support and enhance sustainability and the quality of life for our residents at our award-winning senior living facility, Pilgrim Terrace.
Membership Opportunities to help feed Santa Barbara County - all while having affordable high-quality living produce delivered to your restaurant or fine produce outlet regularly!
Your membership fee is based on your current produce expenditures AND may be tax deductible!
LIVING PRODUCE FOR HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES
Harvest to Plate -
The Terrace Foundation Delivers!
What can be healthier or more nutritious than fresh, pesticide-free
produce that is still living just prior to serving it on a plate?
At The Terrace Foundation, the Living Harvest Paradise Project is about spreading the health that comes with living produce and higher nutrition. It's how we support and enhance the quality of life for our awesome residents at our award-winning senior living facility - Pilgrim Terrace.
Living produce builds healthier communities. It's what we believe in - it's what we do. Find out how you can join us!
MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE NOW!
Sign up now to receive regular deliveries of Living Produce delivered to your door! Click Here for more information
Our Mission Statement
Working to abolish food deserts in our communities and creating the next generation of farmers through immersion and education.
"If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have the safest way to health."
Living fruits and vegetables
Our Urban Farm is a typical farm that can be operated on any scale. The answer to affordable nutrition for every community.
Living Produce is the most nutritious way to better health. Better than cutting, killing, chilling, bagging and shipping, locally grown 'living' produce is nutritionally superior to any other produce you can eat.
Longer, healthier lives
By providing one nutritious meal, 5 to 7 days per week for our seniors, we can lower medical costs, stop elderly malnutrition, and save millions of tax dollars in medical expenses caused by malnutrition among our senior population.