We’re looking for awesome interns interested in community development, sustainable agriculture, local food and communications

local food startup internship
Food should be shared!

Do you want to grow communities around food? Would you like to see technology help people grow their own food and share it with neighbors? If you answered yes to either of those questions, hurray!  We have an internship opportunity made for you.

Giving Garden is a local Davis startup with a big, global mission to grow communities around food and food around communities. We are focused on building local food and gardening communities with the help of technology. We specifically want to bring food knowledge and produce sharing into the 21st century with all the data and social tools that are at our generations fingertips.

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Give Your Soil A Healthy Boost With Used Green Tea Leaves and Coffee Grounds

Often times after our routine dose of morning tea or coffee, we throw out the loose leaves or used grounds of coffee thinking they’ve served their only use. However, the leftover remains from your warm cup of joe or tea can serve some extra good in your garden.

You can save the leaves or grounds and put them into your soil for added texture and soil health. These grounds and fresh leaves will act as a fertilizer and help improve the overall plant’s growth, health and vigor.
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Want to be a wizard? Start a garden!

If you love Lord of the Rings, magicians or fantastical things you should try growing your own food. When you put a plant or seed in the ground and you watch it grow and become an amazing bounty of fresh, yumminess you’ll feel like a powerful and awesome gardening wizard. It’s magical.

It’s also healthy, good for the environment, and a great way to calm nerves and recharge from our screen-time crammed lives.

But mainly it’s fun to feel like a wizard. And fresh tomatoes kick all store bought tomatoes to the curb.