The corner of Larkin & McAllister Streets

The Tenderloin District (Tenderloin) neighborhood is one of the only neighborhoods in San Francisco without a full service grocery store, making access to fresh and affordable food a daily struggle for the many poor and low-income residents of the Tenderloin.

Located at the corner of Larkin and McAllister Streets, the Tenderloin People’s Garden was created as part of the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation’s (TNDC) campaign for food justice, which promotes a more equitable food system that prioritizes all people’s access to the basic human right of healthy food. The Tenderloin People’s Garden is a volunteer-led urban farm that brings people of all ages and ethnicities together to grow and harvest free fruits and vegetables for TNDC’s 3,400 tenants and for the Tenderloin community neighbors and residents.

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