In many towns and cities, community gardens are becoming more common. It is a place to teach urban children and adults how to garden, the joys of planting and fostering things to grow. A community garden can become a place to work in conjunction with the Library and nurseries. To sustain a community garden, cuttings, seeds, plants, and any edible plants harvested can be sold, classes can be held. An annual or biennial sale can be held with New Ro nurseries participating to bring attention to their businesses and business owners.

Posted in: All Placemaking Ideas, Community Services
Tagged: beautification, gardens, green space, tactical, tactical urbanism