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A 37 year old, Trenton-based nonprofit that fosters self-reliant families and healthy, sustainable communities.

Isles in the News

L.A. Parker: Parklets Springing up in Trenton Again (5.31.18)

Isles Presents First-Time Home Buyer Event (5.27.18)

Assunpink Creek gets cleaned during East Trenton block party (4.29.18)

L.A. Parker: Students Learn About Classic and Modern Farming at Isles Event (4.12.18)

Isles Announces Arts and Gardening Opportunities (2.28.18)

Trenton Youth, Artist Create 'Trenton Makes' Bridge Mural at Community Center (11.6.17)

Trenton's Isles' Fall Fest Deemed a Success (11.2.17)

Trenton-based Nonprofit Isles to Celebrate Mill One Social Profit Center With Fall Fest (10.11.17)

School Gardens Take Trenton's Students from 'yuck' to 'yum' (4.28.17)

Kids and Horse Lovers Go Back in Time in Trenton (4.5.17)

State of the Arts: The Trenton Show (2.26.17)

Tougher N.J. Law Targets Kids' Lead Paint Threat (2.6.17)

New Start New Jersey Podcast: Martin Johnson (12.2.16)

US Rep Watson Coleman Visits Trenton Home that Sickened Child with Lead Poisoning (10.24.16)

In Same County, Babies Face 14-Year Gap in Life Expectancy (7.19.16)

Trenton Receives $2M Federal Grant to Remove Leaded Paint from Older Homes (6.13.16)

Trenton Officials Say Water is Safe from Lead, but Warn of Other Issues (4.21.16)

Trenton Students Hitch Learning Experience to Howell Living History Farm Plow (4.7.16)

Prevention is Key to Combating Lead Poisoning, Expert Says (3.31.16)

Horses Return to Trenton to Kick Off Spring Gardening (3.30.16)

Living with Lead - Investigative Report with Mitch Blacher (3.28.16)

Lead Poisoning in Pa. and NJ (2.24.16)

Untold Cities Across America Have HIgher Rates of Lead Poisoning Than Flint (2.4.16)

Flint Probably Has Bigger Problems Than Lead Pipes (2.4.16)

Why 11 NJ Cities Have More Lead-Affected Kids Than Flint, Michigan (2.2.16)

4 Plans for Making Lead Poisoning a Priority in NJ (2.1.16)

$55K Grant to help redevelop Trenton Neighborhood (1.20.16)

7 Grassroots Projects in Trenton Get Boost from Grants (11.27.15)

Growing Healthy Habits in Trenton Community Gardens (8.26.15)

Trenton's Isles Receives Two Grants (8.12.15)

Isles YouthBuild Students Complete Intership at Morven (8.7.15)

8 Graduate from Morven's Summer Horticulture Program (8.1.15)

Isles Announces New Board Members (7.31.15)

A Case Study: “The Care, Feeding and Education of Donors” (Sobel) (6.29.15)

Isles Youth Institute celebrates their 20th graduation with 18 diplomas (6.23.15)

Greening the Parking Lot (Greenwood Avenue Farmers Market) (6.16.15)

13 Trenton projects get funding from the Trenton Historic Development Collaborative (5.11.15)

Opinion: Financially literate employees make up a more productive workforce (4.14.15)

Oxen plow Isles community garden in Trenton in annual spring tradition (4.3.15)

Trenton will get assistance from national group to integrate vacant property information in city systems (1.29.15)

Trenton's Isles names new board members (1.21.15)

Lawmakers: Lead Poisoning Fund Needs Money (1.11.15)

Giordano Diner Rescued from Route 1 in Lawrence begins Tranformation into Isles Classroom (10.26.14)

Rutgers study looks at charitable giving in Mercer County (9.18.14)

Opinion: Lead poisoning makes it hard to do well in reading, writing and arithmetic (9.3.14)

Isles interns learn landscaping, build character at the historic Morven Museum and Garden (7.31.14)

Trenton restoration campaign has high hopes for city's future (7.25.14)

L.A. Parker: Trenton kids need to eat more veggies, ISLES Inc can help (7.24.14)

A Capital Place For Bee Keeping: Trenton (7.9.14)

Employees' Financial Troubles Affect Business: Local Nonprofit Has a Solution

Trenton-based Isles Youth Institute gives troubled students a second chance

NJ Diner Saved, On the Move

Vintage Giordano Diner makes journey from Lawrence to new home in Hamilton

Unique Partnership Saves Historic Diner As Possible Food Service Training Site

Veggie garden sprouts at Millhill Child & Family center in Trenton

Passing on his vision of a new life: Isles Inc. envronmental trainer was once on a very different path

Opinion: Transform Trenton's vacant and abandoned buildings into opportunities for renewal