Welcome to SUAC

Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition (SUAC) is a group of volunteers who facilitate the creation of gardens to increase accessibility to locally grown, healthy produce. Our members provide mentoring, information, materials, seedlings and other resources to groups and individuals who wish to get involved with urban agriculture. Whether you want to create a community garden, school garden, food forest, special project, urban farm, CSA, farmer's market, Co-op or garden in your own yard, we will be happy to help!

We meet the first Monday of each month at 7 PM at Enoch Davis Recreation Center. Meetings are free and everyone is welcome. These Community Gatherings include guest speakers, videos, presentations, group discussions, garden and farm tours, and more. Check for our notices, get on our email list or contact us for further information!

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Request for Board Applicants from St. Petersburg’s Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition

The Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition in St. Petersburg, Florida is seeking Board of Directors applicants for two year terms. Of interest to us are persons who are passionate about the growing local foods movement and who have skills to contribute. We would welcome applications from those with skills in gardening, non-profit administration, legal, event planning, recruiting, grant writing, secretarial, communications, media, and marketing.

We seek gender balance, along with racial, ethnic, and age diversity. If you know of someone who you think would be an asset on our SUAC Board of Directors, please let me know (contact info below) the person’s name, contact information, and the reasons for your proposal. Self-nominations are also encouraged.

For an application form please email Zanetta Starks at zstarks@gmailcom and return the completed email form to her.

For further information contact Bill Bilodeau at 727-488-3163 or bbilodeau40@gmail.com.

Applications are due by January 24, 2016

Reap the Harvest Garden Tour | Jan. 23 | 9am-1pm


June Meeting


Tour the Boyd Hill Garden, one of many gardens supported by SUAC.