Planting seeds of health and happiness

Susan Huff is an organic gardener, a chef and a slow food follower. A lover of real, fresh, nourishing, clean food, she is devoted to connecting people to the art and soul of sustainable home food growing and cooking.

For thirty years, Susan has created thriving community, school, and home gardens from scratch, and has brought delicious, nutrition-dense, whole-food meals to the Tampa Bay community.  She also created three cafes, including the first organic eatery in St. Petersburg – Integrity Organics.

From biodynamics study in New York, to food and farm education in Italy, to digestive health training with Dr. Bernard Jensen, to working with famous Berkley chef and food activist Alice Waters, bees studies with Gunther Hauk, and holistic management farming with farmer, lecturer, and author, Joel Salatin, Susan weaves into her experience in sustainable agriculture and cooking arts a rich continuing education.

Passionate about educating the next generation of foodies, Susan spent six years teaching garden design in elementary schools, and even worked on the Edible Schoolyard Project in California. She has also spent a year at the Schumacher College in England, studying how to engage children with real food through home and school gardening. Susan has appeared on numerous television spots about teaching gardening to school children, and has published several articles in Florida Gardening magazine.

Call Susan today to learn more about real food, creating your own food garden paradise, and for seminars/consultations for your organization.