Posts Tagged ‘community gardens’

Gardeners Bring Cradle Graves Back From The Dead

Gardeners Bring Cradle Graves Back From The Dead

August 3, 2017  |  Vantage

At Woodlands Cemetery, an army of volunteers preserve the memory of Victorian city dwellers with the Grave Gardeners program. Contributor Ann de Forest has the story > more

Again Under Threat, Wiota Street Garden Organizers Seek Public's Support

Again Under Threat, Wiota Street Garden Organizers Seek Public’s Support

September 8, 2016  |  News

In West Powelton, caretakers of a 32-year-old community garden prepare for battle over the pending sale of the once vacant lot for new construction. Tyler Horst reports. > more

Urban Farmers Look To Land Bank For Help Holding On To Property

Urban Farmers Look To Land Bank For Help Holding On To Property

January 30, 2015  |  Developing Challenges, Vantage

With the Land Bank finally open for business, urban gardeners and farmers hope for legal protection against the City's "Revoke Clause." Hidden City contributor and Kensington farmer Nic Esposito digs deep into the issue > more

After 25 Years, South Kensington's

After 25 Years, South Kensington’s “Little Farm” Grows Again

June 5, 2013  |  Vantage

Across the street from one of Kensington's biggest eyesores is one of its greatest little treasures: "The Little Farm." Theresa Stigale writes that La Finquita has held down the corner of Fourth and Master for 25 years, growing fresh produce—and growing the community > more

Viaduct More Than A Dream

Viaduct More Than A Dream

October 6, 2011  |  Morning Blend

Paul Levy elevates, North Broad lighting is approved, Mantua Square opens, and the Bike and Pedestrian plan heads west (and north) > more