Small spaces.

Sustainable planting.

Hydroponic grow walls.


Enriching volunteerism, introducing the richness of clean, healthy foods by providing resources in food deserts.


Locally produce fresh fruit and vegetables in community hydroponic farms in partnership with schools and outreach.


More than giving food away we mentor young people on processes to sustainably grow fresh food indoors and year-round.

When issues happen with supply chains as we see happening today, self-sustainability to grow our own food… for your family or in a community takes on a new meaning!

Cross Creek Hydroponics Cares 501c3 mission is to install indoor towers, raised garden beds, and greenhouse environments for various community projects, deliver nutrition education and inspire volunteerism that excites the imagination …engaging leaders who wish to make a positive impact in metropolitan and rural food desert regions.​

BUILD. GROW. LEARN. Call: 704-756-4158 to begin the conversation!

Cross Creek Cares

Growing food is a learning experience that yields reward long after harvest. Hydroponic Grow Wall systems provide the opportunity to “grow up” vertically in relatively small spaces where sustainable planting and harvesting enhances a responsibility to community outreach, providing abundant healthy food choices. ​

Cross Creek Hydroponics’ continuing mission is to install indoor towers and greenhouse environments in schools and community centers​, deliver nutrition education, inspire volunteerism that excites the imagination and feeds families, and engage leaders who wish to make a positive impact in rural food desert regions.

Cross Creek Hydroponics Mission Statement:

BUILD opportunities to experience self-sustaining environments through indoor gardens that GROW fresh produce and inspire volunteerism, teamwork, and entrepreneurship as they LEARN methods toward healthy choices and a better quality of life.

















About Me and my Why.

From a corporate environment in the Technology industry to the Foothills of North Carolina and along the Appalachian Trail came a vision for this mission.

In overgrown yet thriving greenhouses on Cross Creek Road atop the Blue Ridge Plateau, we began self-taught hydroponic methods to grow year-round in every rural and urban food desert region.

Once the first education center was launched in Elkin NC we quickly learned the importance of not just BUILD and GROW but offering opportunities for hands-on experience to LEARN about the goodness of healthy foods.

Growing food without soil has solved many of the world’s hunger problems making fresh food available in places where it was previously not possible… What we do to do is help bring this method to any Main Street in Everytown.

Today our pleasure is working with community missions, public, private and parochial schools, civic organizations, local businesses, and corporate leaders … all of who have the same passion to provide for those who seek healthier life choices but may lack immediate resources.

Tami Kincer and Bentley.

Cross Creek Hydroponics.

Cross Creek Cares 501(c)3

Partnering with local
missions, food pantries
and outreach programs

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Generic – Donation of your choice

You can make a one time donation or a recurring monthly donation at a level that is affordable for you or your organization.

‘Learning and Giving’ Garden Club

Visionaries” support student and community led programs, providing agricultural training for year-round gardens and small farms. They are funded by generous donations from community residents, local businesses, and civic organizations like yours.
Be one of Twenty Visionaries at $20/month.


Fresh Food for Children Project, provides hands-on opportunities for youth to participate in growing, harvesting and the joy of cooking simple meals, that in-turn creates healthy lifestyle changes.
We transform abandoned buildings and overgrown landscapes into beautiful gardens and small farms that feed and educate children.
Joins 50 Friends in a $50/month commitment to launch community-led projects in rural food deserts from SW Ohio to the Appalachian regions of North Carolina.
Be one of 50 Friends of Food for Life, giving $50/mo.


Implementing long-lasting Hydroponic equipment into the local, senior living facility of BeeHive Senior Living Homes here in Springboro.

BUILD • Living to Lead

Local, corporate and civic leaders supporting projects that promote volunteerism and introduce their neighbors to richness of clean foods and provide resources to build neighborhood indoor and greenhouse gardens in rural and urban food deserts.

Corporate Responsibility $2,400

LEARN • Food for Children

More than simply giving food away, these programs mentor to young people on processes to grow clean organic food, self-sustainably and year-round. Children are more likely to try and enjoy whole foods with hands-on exposure to planting and harvesting which creates healthier life choices.

A Garden Grove $2,500

GROW • Honor a Veteran

As unique as those who serve and protect, every community has individual needs and resources available. We work together to address them and create a plan to produce fresh fruit and vegetables year-round to be distributed in partnership with neighborhood outreach programs.

Greenhouse Farming $3,000

Our Partners


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Education Centers:
North & South Carolina; Virginia, West Virginia and Ohio

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