Detroit's Circular Food System

Why it matters

Local circular economies are a better way to feed people, support the community, and protect the environment.

Urban Agriculture

hyper local, healthy food supply, that’s appropriate & accessible to the community

Big Pharma Garden

Local Grocery Stores

independent, locally accessible, affordable foods the community wants

Neighborhood Grocery

Taste the Diaspora

A 2017 study by the Detroit Food Policy Council showed that around 30,000 Detroiters do not have access to a full-line grocery store.


using food to its fullest to feed more people & keep nutritious food out of landfills

Make Food Not Waste

Detroit generates 114k tons of food waste each year, the majority of which is landfilled.


keeping resources in the city & recycling nutrients back into the soil to grow more food

Big Pharma Garden