Feeding the community,

one garden at a time

Each Green Corner aims to create environmentally-sustainable and culturally-diverse food gardens to combat food insecurity in our community.

100 +
lbs. of produce donated
# of Sites
100 +
volunteer hours logged (July 2023)
2022 Sustainability Hero Award Logo

San Mateo County Sustainability Hero 2022

Each Green Corner is proud to be named one of Sustainable San Mateo County‘s Sustainability Heroes of 2022. This award is dedicated to organizations that make significant progress in protecting our people and planet.

Click here for Sustainable San Mateo County’s post about each of the 2022 Award Winners.

Whether you have a green thumb, an empty garden, or professional landscape design or contracting services to donate, we have a need for your time.

Each Green Corner runs on each green gift! In-kind donations of materials and services are also welcome.

Learn about us, our mission and vision, and our supporters.

Each Green Corner is powered by volunteers from all walks of life

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Check out the Calendar to view our upcoming events and regularly-scheduled work days, and sign up for one today!

News & Articles

Recent happenings, interesting tips, educational pieces, and more from Each Green Corner.


Vermiculture Bins

Written by Miguel Valdovinos, Education & Curriculum It is springtime and it is time to start planting your favorite fruits, vegetables, and flowers in your garden! It is important to have healthy and nutritious soil for your plants to thrive. Instead of going to your local hardware store to buy…

Portola February 2024 Updates

Written by Milena Castillo-Grynberg, Food Systems Educator This month, the Portola community has made great strides in growing the garden space. At the most recent workday on Saturday, February 17th, an impressive group assembled to dig trenches, lay bender board, and stake the day away under late winter showers! Portola…

EGC Program Highlights: Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula

Written by Noah Evans, Food Systems Educator Volunteers at the February Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula work day transplanted many tomato seedling blocks – over 100 – to larger pots where they will continue to grow in the BGCP greenhouse. These seedlings were started using a method called…

Brain Food: EGC’s Educational Books & Media Spotlight

Written by Trelasa Baratta and Trista Barrantes, Education & Curriculum Interns Anyone know where January of 2024 went? It seems to have disappeared. Well, we may be nearly two whole months into the new year already, but it’s not too late to add one more resolution to your list! Sure,…
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