Ignite the Seed aims to teach low-income families, foster youth and communities to build garden beds that will provide sustainable organic produce. It has further aimed to reduce reliance on food stamps, lower food costs, and promote food compost. The project further ventured to teach families to create compost worms for healthier soil. Currently, Ignite the Seed partnered with Seattle Tilth and Labateyah Youth Home to move the project forward. We have provided business workshops to foster youth to prepare them in starting a compost business that will provide a sustainable income.