Our Projects

Buckets of Rain has active projects in Detroit and Highland Park, Michigan, and supports the  efforts of similar organizations in the area. In addition to the efforts described below, Buckets of Rain supports produce-growing efforts in Guatemala through partners Safe Passage and Educacion y Desarollo.

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"Big glen" Garden

The "Big Glen" garden on Glendale Avenue in Highland Park is our largest garden area in Michigan, capable of serving 80,000 servings per year to homeless shelters and local residents. Corporate and small groups support this large effort by volunteering!

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Local Organization Support

We never miss an opportunity to help similar organizations in food-growing efforts. We have helped HUDA Clinic, Detroit Blight-busters, Highland Park Renaissance Academy, Drew Transition Center of Detroit Public Schools, Grant Ave Community Garden, and more.

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self-serve gardens

Buckets of Rain has set-up various self-serve community gardens in Highland Park and Detroit. We prepare the land, put in raised beds, utilize volunteer help to plant vegetables, set-up irrigation, whatever it takes for the community to access fresh food. Local residents can obtain produce at their convenience.