Project EATS launches farm sites in conjunction with neighborhood high schools, workers in the community, participants in one and/or more community-based organizations. Working in partnership, high schools and community organizations provide the site and the materials needed to construct the farms. Project EATS provides farmers, facilitators, and any additional materials needed to start the farms and an outdoor community market. From food grown at the farms, Project EATS develops product lines that make it possible for communities to expand and diversify their markets and revenue streams. It also provides paid apprenticeships for community youth and adults.