Healthy Roots

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7 Years in the making

Going Back To Our Roots

But We're Not Done Yet

What We Are About!

Here at Unlimited Potential we believe that eating healthy is one of the greatest lifestyles to pursue. Healthy Roots is a program that provides information on the importance of an edible plant, its origin, its nutritional content, the best time to plant it, if it is appropriate for the climate of Arizona and its ecological impact. In addition to providing a healthy recipe.

 

What we have grown so far!

  • Mint

  • Squash

  • Radish

  • Kale

  • Cabbage

  • Green Beans

  • Eggplant

  • Beets

  • Cilantro 

  • Purple Onion

  • Aloe Vera

  • Purslane

  • Spinach

Nopal/ Cactus Garden 

The first plant that Unlimited Potential planted because of its cultural ties to some Community Health Workers homeland. They saw that there were many cacti in Arizona but none were taking advantage of its benefits so they decided to plant and harvest them. This way they could educate others on how to cook and prepare them. 

Healthy Roots Education

Almost every Saturday Spaces of Opportunity holds their farmers market where many small businesses sell their products and the organization can sell or at times give away the food grown in the community garden. There are performances, food, and classes given during the farmers markets. Unlimited Potential participates in the Farmers Market by doing our health fairs. We present the plants we have grown and the benefits it contains for our bodies. We want you to be aware of your health and to better help you take care of yourself. 

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To learn more about our Health Fair schedule or if you want to be part of Healthy Roots then contact us at 602-305-4742 or email us at info@unlimitedpotentialaz.org

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About Us

The Inspiration for Our Program

In 2017 Unlimited Potential became one of the 5 founders of Spaces of Opportunity. During that time they were brainstorming in what to plant and some thought back to their homelands. Their ancestors were agricultural farmers who ate what they grew. Where there was no supplements and chemicals, it was completely organic. To not lose the culture, the idea was to bring that culture here for generations to come. 

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