CMB is the care-taker of the Welch street community garden in the Pittsburgh area of Atlanta. Pittsburgh is a community settled by formally enslaved Africans in 1883. It has remained a working-class black community until today. As with too many of our communities it has suffered from a lack of resources and community control, which has led to the area being a food desert. CMB will distribute fresh food to the community, create community food sustainability programs with its youth, create additional community planting sites, develop a black farmers market and create a micro business based on locally grown-community owned food distribution.