What is Agri-Landscape?

Agri-Landscape with Tiger Mountain is truly an incredible experience. But first let’s go over the basics of Agri-Landscape. Agri-Landscape is a foundation of a landscape that creatively and elegantly integrates elements of productive agriculture. It does this by means of growing produce (edible fruits, vegetables, and herbs). Also, it could be growing other useful plants to reduce useless consumption, landfill waste, and water usage.

We have been proud to help our communities GROW. TigerMountain’s mission is to improve local food access & sustainability by transforming landscapes into elegant, edible food gardens. These can be easily managed with the help of online tools, education, and professional support.

Economic/Community Development

Economic/Community Development– TMF has a profound impact on the lives of at-risk youth and their families in the community by presenting them a healthy eating and living lifestyle.  We provide tangible value in the community through our intergenerational, multicultural experiential learning sessions which impact food scarcity.  We provide gardens with nutritious, chemical-free fruits, and vegetables. TigerMountain Foundation empowers participants and their families with skills to be valuable employees or have the knowledge to start their own backyard gardens to resolve their food scarcity issues.

To us, racial equity is the American Promise in action: a society wherein one’s ethnic lineage and color of skin are left to the history books as we embrace a new identity, united as Americans. We see a future without checked boxes on forms that categorize and divide us. It is a future where such things have become unnecessary and we all stand on equal footing.  Additionally, TMF does not discriminate on any basis. All are welcome.

At TigerMountain, a person’s performance, merit and personal familiarity with the problems at hand are the only things that matter for leadership positions. Our CEO and approximately half of the participants are also African-American.  Additionally, the community we serve is largely made up of marginalized persons of varied ethnic compositions.