To develop sustainable urban agriculture on Galveston Island through successful small farm prototypes, hands-on teaching methods, and the creation of a island-wide locavore food culture. {Read more..}

Our Flagship Projects 

100 Kitchen Gardens

Seeding Galveston will develop 100 kitchen gardens over the next two years, ideally turning this into a project that has long-term sustainability – will continue after the initial 100 are completed – and widespread public awareness and commitment.


Composting Galveston

Seeding Galveston will start offering door-to-door pickup of compost in the fall, in a new program we are calling Composting Galveston.


Ball High Sprouts

Ball High Sprouts is a collaborative project with the Galveston Independent School District. Teaching students how to grow, cultivate and harvest vegetables. Students are also learning the value of teamwork and gaining valuable experience in agriculture. 


Get to know Seeding Galveston

Still want to know what Seeding Galveston is all about? Check out this video that shares more of our mission, photos of our awesome volunteers, and some really cute farm animals. 


Volunteers are the life blood of Seeding Galveston and we could not operate the farm without them. Love gardening or just want to help out, connect with us and find out how you can help. 

Get Involved


Donations or a vital part of furthering our mission and expanding our reach to helping Galveston and beyond. Cash donations are welcome, but there are other essential items needed. Find out how you can contribute to the Farm’s success. 



Every Wednesday and Saturday morning, we have a Farm Stand Market where the public is invited to visit the farm and purchase fresh vegetables, eggs, and goat dairy. The available vegetables change dependent upon season and availability. 

Join Us

Located at 3318 Avenue N, Galveston, TX 77550
Mailing Address: 1407 33rd St. #2, Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: 281-794-9899