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Tricycle Gardens has launched five community gardens – which means we have helped community groups develop the resources and volunteer structure needed to design, plant, maintain and sustain their gardens for years of productive growing potential.
These are allotment style gardens where members “rent” a small plot of land. More than 100 people participate in growing activities – interacting with their neighbors, beautifying their communities and growing food for themselves and their friends. Current project locations include: Jefferson Avenue in Union Hill, Carver neighborhood , Humphrey Calder Community Center, Chimborazo Playground Park in Church Hill and our newest addition to Byrd Park! For more information on how you can get involved, please call or email the garden contact for the desired location (contact information listed below). Please note that there are limited number of plots at each location and often times there is little or no vacancy. In this instance, the garden contact will add you to their wait list.
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Garden Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the first garden developed by Tricycle Gardens! It has 15 beds and was the catalyst for our organization’s community garden initiative.
Jefferson Avenue between 23rd & 24th streets | Garden Contact: email@example.com
This garden, established in 2007, has 11 plots for community use.
1321 West Leigh Street | Garden Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This garden has 29 allotment plots. A dedicated area for children and senior is the process of being developed.
Located on the corner of Patterson & Thompson streets next to the Humphrey Calder Community Center | Garden Contact: email@example.com