What if everyone who owns a lawn stopped growing grass and started growing food? What if we grew our vegetables on local plots instead of factory farms? The Massachusetts organization and education center Seeds of Solidarity believes that we should grow food everywhere — including urban and “inner-city” areas. The goal of Seeds of Solidarity is to foster justice and joy. They believe peace, love, and harmony can be cultivated, just like tomato vines and cabbage. We stand with them.