We want to enable students at H.B. Wilson Family School in Camden, NJ to be able to learn about urban gardening and how it can help their community. We want to enhance the already existing school garden and want to plant fruit trees on school grounds. This will enhance food literacy for students who live in a community that experiences food apartheid and will empower them to see how they can grow their own fruits and vegetables. We will address biodiversity loss in an urban setting, enhance community through gardening, and create spaces for our pollinators that help our fruits and vegetables grow.