Co-grow and Grow here

A platform which matches people who want to farm with people who have land


Garden sharing strengthens community and trust in society. It is common for people to share a garden, which means allows Co-Grow to contribute to facilitate meetings between different people. Being outdoors in the garden, and eating home-grown vegetables is also good for health. Kitchen gardens also increase biodiversity, create local cycles of nutrition and take advantage of untapped resources. As the climate crisis and environmental problems are largely caused by the global food system, kitchen gardens provide an alternate and sustainable solution.  From being a local initiative in Älvsjö, Co-Grow has in a short time grown to become a national food movement. In August 2017, a non-profit association was formed for Co-Grow, whose board is working full time to develop the service. The goal is to revolutionize the food system with more kitchen gardens.