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Porte Noire is CPR

Your favorite safe space to Connect, Protect and Reset

"Nature has given us all the pieces required to achieve exceptional wellness and health, but has left it to us to put these pieces together."

- DIANE McLAREN - 

Porte Noire Gardens is on our mission to Keep it Green in the heart of the city while boosting your mind and soul!

Our mission is to plant seeds of excitement for all things green – from horticulture to forest fun! We're all about bringing the cool factor to outdoor education & exploration . Join us as we cultivate epic experiences infused with music and culture that'll have you buzzing with appreciation for nature. Let's grow together, raising awareness, and making conservation, agriculture and  the arts an ultimate vibe!

 

Get ready to dig into the green scene @ The Porte!"

 

 

Our focus is to use The Arts and Agriculture programming as a UNIFIER to grow a community of like-minded peeps who are all about connecting, conserving and enjoying the great outdoors.

Hosting a safe and peaceful space to offer engaging social, cultural, and educational experiences will have a resoundingly positive impact on the local community that will expand far beyond those borders.

Come join us!

Porte NOIRE Gardens is all about creating

a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment,

where everyone is seen, heard and welcomed to bring their unique cultures, backgrounds, traditions and good vibes to the table!

 

As a black-owned business, Porte NOIRE Gardens is determined to bridge the gap between black and brown communities and their relationship with nature and the great outdoors. At The Porte we are igniting curiosity and appreciation for ecosystems, landscapes, conservation, agriculture, forestry, and all the wellness benefits they bring. We are cultivating a whole new generation of guardians for our planet, TOGETHER! 

“Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness” 

– LUCIUS ANNAEUS SENECA 

“We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color.” 

– MAYA ANGELOU 

“No man can become rich without himself enriching others”

 

 

– ANDREW CARNEGIE –

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