stick it in a pot and grow it.

container gardening with ecoscraps organic potting mix. read more
stick it in a pot and grow it.

spoil your plants rotten.

treat your garden with ecoscraps organic compost. read more
spoil your plants rotten.

Planting By Zone

Learn what plants can grow where you live. read more
Planting By Zone
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Partner Projects

Sustainable Surf

Sustainable Surf

Sustainable Surf is a California-based non-profit charity organization focused on the preservation of our deep blue life. Their mission is to be the catalyst that transforms surf culture into a powerful force for protecting the ocean playground. Ecoscraps is stoked to support Sustainable Surf's Deep Blue Life Initiative, which helps individuals drastically reduce their personal impact on our beautiful oceans.  READ MORE ❯

Rob Machado Foundation

Rob Machado Foundation

Ecoscraps is proud to support the "Water Station" program. The Rob Machado Foundation donates water filling stations to schools so that students have access to a clean, healthful drink option without having to purchase single-use plastic water bottles. READ MORE ❯

The Ecology Center

The Ecology Center

Ecoscraps is excited to support The Ecology Center's "Grown Your Own" program, designed to educate children and families across five core areas of sustainability - food, water, waste, shelter and energy.     READ MORE ❯

The Green Urban Lunch Box

The Green Urban Lunch Box

The Green Urban Lunch Box (GULB) is pretty much the love child of Winnebagos and die hard gardeners! The GULB is a non-profit organization that thinks of fun and innovative ways to get children and members of the community into gardening. READ MORE ❯

We Diggit Urban Gardens

We Diggit Urban Gardens

We Diggit Urban Gardens installs no-cost backyard gardens to residents of South Sacramento. Free soil, seeds and composting / gardening classes for a year. Now that's something we can dig. READ MORE ❯

New York Restoration Project

New York Restoration Project

Ecoscraps is a proud supporter of the New York Restoration Project and since 2011 we have donated pallets of organic soil and plant foods to hundreds of community gardens. NYRP hopes that as community gardens become more available, residents will become more self sufficient by growing a portion of their own food. READ MORE ❯