So that we all may thrive
Heartbeat Gardens is a 501(c)3 non-profit farm.
We are responding to the immediate needs of local food insecurity by donating all of our organic produce to food pantries.
We are working towards the long-term health of our community and ecosystem by teaching others how to grow food and herbal medicine in this habitat using methods that support a vital ecosystem for generations to come.
Heartbeat Spring Plant Sale Fundraiser!!!!
Support Heartbeat by purchasing plants for your garden, including:
dozens of varieties of vegetables, herbs, and pollinator plants,
Saturday May 29th 10am-1pm
Sunday May 30 10am-1pm
Saturday June 5th 10am-1pm
Sunday June 6th 10am-1pm
or by appointment.
Where: Heartbeat Learning Gardens
3372 Hustead Road
Springfield, Ohio 45502
Edibles: 7 varieties of Tomatoes, Tomatillo, Nasturtium, Ground Cherries, Cape Gooseberry,
Herbs: Basil, Parsley, Oregano, Thyme, Sage, Mountain Mint, Lemon Balm, Anise Hyssop, Bronze Fennel, Borage, Echinacea, Lemongrass, Tobacco, Wild Bergamot, Sorrel
Pollinators: Mexican Sunflowers, Monarda, 3 Milkweed varieties, Butterfly Weed, Cleome, Snapdragons, Little Bluestem, Aromatic Aster, New England Aster, Joe Pye Weed, Marigolds
Heartbeat Community Days
The last Saturday of each month June-September we are inviting folks to visit and tour Heartbeat’s mosaic of gardens, participate in hands-on learning activities, and have an opportunity to purchase hand-crafted items from local artisans. This includes seasonal herbal products and food items from our gardens.
If you are a hand-crafter of any kind and might want to set up a table, contact us: email@example.com
Dates: Last Saturday of the Month June – September
Tours and vending – 11am-2pm
Herbal Craftshop – 2pm – 4pm
(herbal pre-registration required)
- June 26
- July 31
- August 28
- September 25
This 2020 growing season – 20 harvests – Heartbeat
has donated over 8000 lbs. of organic produce
from our gardens to our local food pantries.
(updated: October 20, 2020)
We offer educational opportunities on sustainable agriculture, ecology, and herb-crafting. This occurs through mentorship, volunteer opportunities, Community Days, and through our new online herbcrafters course.
Over the years we have come to know that being in the garden and and sharing meals together is a healing pathway from the root up. We remember our belonging through this communal care of one another and our living landscape.
Additionally, learning to work with food and herbs from the garden to create family and community health, and doing it in a way that contributes to a thriving ecosystem, engages us in a process of co-healing with one another and our landscape.
Through our educational programming, hundreds of pounds of food is produced. We are responding to food insecurity in our region by donating all our fresh, organic produce to our local food pantries, while also working towards a long-term vision of a strong local food economy accessible to all.