Mr. Trevor Hylton, a FAMU Farmer-to-Farmer volunteer traveled to Haiti in April to conduct an Agriculture/Horticulture Small Project assignment. In collaboration with Université Caraibe, a Haitian Univeristy, Mr. Hylton worked with Haiti’s youth to develop an urban garden in the heart of Port-au-Prince. By employing container gardening, the urban garden uses all available space and assisting the community through providing a local source of food, filtering the air, and bringing the community together. In addition, through FAMU’s entrepreneur rship program, the urban garden educated Haiti’s youth about business management. According to the CIA World Factbook, Haiti has one of the youngest populations in the world, with people aged 15 and younger counting for roughly a third of the population, and its capital, Port-au-Prince, has high population density with economic growth as low as 1% in 2015. Urban gardening, in combination with entrepreneurship, provided students with the skills to start their own business using the resources around them.