The Last Organic Outpost - 501c3 Grassroots We are a project-based, non-profit organization created to develop community resources through urban agriculture. From the beginning our process for growth was gathering a community of working ideas and our development has been ongoing since 2000. We began as a small garden project and grew into an inspired agricultural-based sustainability organization on the banks of the Japhet creek in the Fifth … Continue Reading about About the LOO
The farm is conducting monthly workshops on various projects developing at the Emile location. The benefits of attending the workshops at the farm are that a true demonstration on how the … Continue Reading about Workshops
The Heart and Soul We support a food security effort for area neighborhoods. We support people who support the same. Together we can demonstrate new and effective ways to build community resources … Continue Reading about Volunteerism
The Last Organic Outpost has 16 years in Urban Agriculture experience in Houston's inner city. Presently operating a full range of educational opportunities in Sustainability where … Continue Reading about Support the LOO
A Campus focused on education building skillsets for community self-reliance. Today's main header is Chickens 101 from 4til6pm beating the heat. Learning to live outside to rebuild the chemistry of a prefect self. Aquiring the necessary experience to grow food systems. … [Continue Reading...] about Skillsets for Urban Renewal.
Saturday is most always a good day to visit the farming operations at Emile. The farm will open at 8am upon request but otherwise 9am works. Today a crew coming out to work a birthday celebration by contributing to the local food effort of community self-reliance. Sights set … [Continue Reading...] about Working on a Ark of Fertility. Skill sets for Community Self-reliance
The summer is heavy on us. Many Farmer are taking time off due to the heat. The farm has Moringa. Some eggplant. Sweet potatoes leaves. A few peppers. Papayas. Some figs. Lots of lemon basil. Okra. Planting of mustard begins late August. The ebb and flow is the latest … [Continue Reading...] about Making Food a Plan. Fall Preparation Underway.
Revenue streams are key assets to community self-reliance. Farmer Gerald Slocum many years of experience with raising the red wrigglers earth worm is bearing fruit. This fall a starter kit for Vermaculture is being unveiled by Gerald hard work. Participants can attend a up … [Continue Reading...] about Vermaculture a key component in community self-reliance.
Volunteers from Dallas checking out the Vermaculture project. … [Continue Reading...] about Cathedral Urban Service experience 2016 Special thanks