This is just wonderful! Big props to Mr. Broadus, (AKA Snoop Dawg) for this venture. I was one of the commitee members to start a community garden in my area of East LA. We need to look at related issues of water usage and crop varieties suited for particular climates and land. I am going to follow this enterprise with great interest. God speed.
We have a community garden in Mataura which is in Southland NZ.Volunteers man and plant the garden which is flourishing and people in our town have access to fresh vegetables for a gold coin donation and we have a lot of young people working in it and learning about growing things. As well as this there is a garden at our school which the pupils look after with help and guidance once again from volunteers in our town.Our garden is the envy of many and has been nominated for Garden of the year in the NZ Gardener magazine.
in trench town, jamaica.
awsome project that you got....i see that canada as some of those gardens but not in quebec..pretty sad but maybe we will see some soon.....
in any open space that will allow it (church garden, food bank greenspace can be converted).
Everyone needs to learn how to grow a garden due to the economy and they need to learn how to use a pressure cooker than they can use for canning their veggie, fruit and meats that will allow them to keep this on the shelve for 25 plus years and use tattler reusable lids... :D
Great project, I wish this will be the first of a series...
excellent! need of hour! for children &parents, too!
WOW.....what a much needed project. Having taught and lived in Jamaica for eight years, I am inspired that you are starting in two of the toughest areas in Kingston. Living close to the land will provide a gentler spot to live to soften these harsh, often violent communities. A wonderful antidote.
Who else can come up with something positive that has worldwide effect? Let's hear it.