Founder and Director of Sustainable Neighbors
“Making Sustainable Attainable”
Marsha’s goal is the healing of people, the land and the local economy through consumer education, sustainable growing practices and the development of profitable local “plot to plate” enterprises.
She is dedicated to the education of consumers and local growers for increased access and consumption of local, naturally grown, seasonal foods as a catalyst for healthier families.
Marsha promotes local food entrepreneurship as an important economic opportunity to strengthen our local economy. We need more urban growers and local food artisans!
- Local Food Education & Entrepreneurship
- "Plot to Plate" Training & Support Network for Local Growers & Food Artisan Entrepreneurs
- Sustainable Living Solutions-Consultations, Workshops & Events
- Certified Permaculture Designer- Eco-Social Living Designs that Care for People & the Land
- Neighborhood Resilience Planning Services
Some of Marsha's skills, talents and service work include:
- Local food education, speaker
- Presentations for employee in-service wellness programs
- Local grower education and training in sustainable practices and growing profitable produce enterprises
- Neighborhood gardens facilitation - Oasis Project- City of Fayetteville
- Certified Permaculture Designer -Eco-Social Design & Neighborhood Resilience Consulting
- Sustainable living workshops- growing, cooking with whole foods, healthy kitchen makeover
Her mission is to educate, connect and nourish….then healing happens
Real food heals… one forkful at a time!
“When our priorities value people & the planet the profits reach far beyond just financial economics to reap lasting generational benefits for community resilience.” Marsha Howe