Taylor Gilmore

Certified Spiritual Life Coach, Law of Attraction Coach, and Reiki Master Healer. My purpose is to help you heal (from the inside out) the soul wounds and break through the fears that prevent you from living a joyful, abundant life. You were meant to soar.


  1. Patricia
    August 10, 2014 @ 6:38 pm

    This is great Taylor. Such a brilliant idea to memorialize your love one in this manner and help the community as well


  2. Sylvia Lewis
    August 10, 2014 @ 2:23 pm

    Great post. I didn’t realize that I grew up in a food desert until some college interns turned my high school front lawn into a garden. I was thrilled to see okra, callaloo, and tomatoes growing in my old Brooklyn neighborhood.


  3. Elaine Ambrose
    August 9, 2014 @ 2:37 pm

    This article reminds me of my grandmother’s abundant gardens. There was always enough to give away – and we ate healthy food. My grandmoms lived well into their nineties, and I credit their gardens for being the perfect reason they were so healthy. The idea of a community garden is catching on in all areas. I might even dig out my old canner pot!


  4. Doreen McGettigan
    August 9, 2014 @ 11:48 am

    I live extremely close to a food desert area.A non-profit supermarket opened a few months ago and is doing well.
    I love the garden and farmers market area. I would love to see it here.


  5. Janie Emais
    August 9, 2014 @ 11:29 am

    My sister has a garden which looks a lot like one of your photos. Thanks for sharing.


  6. Kimba
    August 9, 2014 @ 12:31 am

    SO love the idea of these urban gardens. In the DC and Northern VA area I’m seeing them spring up in various neighborhoods.


  7. Lois Alter Mark
    August 8, 2014 @ 6:01 pm

    This is fascinating because my daughter is actually working on a Jewish urban farm in Northern California this summer. So important.


  8. Mary Lanzavecchia
    August 8, 2014 @ 6:00 pm

    I love this idea and, like Cathy, I wish there were more as well. Each summer I grow a fairly large garden and donate the excess (which there is always excess zucchini!) to our local food bank. Now my wheels are spinning around the idea of a community garden in my town. Hmmmm….


  9. WendysHat
    August 8, 2014 @ 5:25 pm

    I always love hearing about a city doing an urban or community garden! I am a gardener too. Makes me happy!


  10. Cathy Chester
    August 8, 2014 @ 2:42 pm

    How beautiful and how marvelous! I wish there were more of these. Thanks for sharing this.


  11. Carol Cassara
    August 8, 2014 @ 2:24 pm

    What a gift to the community!


  12. Ruth Curran
    August 8, 2014 @ 1:23 pm

    The Farmers’ Market, a built in revenue stream, is a brilliant addition to a well designed and well thought executed project! Project sustainability is always a worry and have a source of income that is not dependent on any other factors, is critical!


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