Urban Agriculture: Saving the World one Garden at a time.
Oct 07, 2022
Trina Hert
Urban Agriculture: Saving the World one Garden at a time.

Trina is presently working with Dre Taylor  founder of Nile Valley Aquaponics and The KC Urban Farm Coop to educate families in the urban core about self -sufficiency thru growing their own food for their families.

 

Trina Hert began working as a community activist in both Kansas City, Ks and Kansas City, Mo in 1989. Along with local pastors Rev. David L Gray (former pastor Pleasant Green Baptist Church Kansas City, Ks), Bishop Marvin Donaldson (Greater Pentecostal Temple Kansas City, Ks.), Rev. Fuzzy Nelson Thompson (Martin Luther King Urban Center Kansas City, Ks and former community activist) and the first African American District Court Judge in Kansas Judge Cordell Meeks Sr., she formed Christian Youth Against Drugs in an effort to educate the urban community about rising drug use and crime.  

 

Trina is the founding member  and Executive Director of Oracle Center for Social and Cultural Activity KC, established in 2006. She began raising awareness for the homeless with the annual Oracle coat drive to provide coats, hats and gloves. In 2014 Oracle Center sponsored a community healthcare event to educate the urban community about how to eat to prevent  diabetes and high blood pressure.