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Minneapolis-Saint Paul - Parade of community gardens sponsoredby Gardenworks, new organization

  • Subject: [cg] Minneapolis-Saint Paul - Parade of community gardens sponsoredby Gardenworks, new organization
  • From: Don Boekelheide dboekelheide@yahoo.com
  • Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2006 20:56:19 -0700 (PDT)

Pioneer Press, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota
Aug. 19, 2006	

Parade of Community Gardens

What: New self-guided tour. Highlights community
gardens, which beautify neighborhoods, educate,
produce food and provide opportunities for
cross-cultural and intergenerational activities.

When: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.

Where: 63 gardens in St. Paul, West St. Paul and
Minneapolis

Information: No charge. Sponsored by Gardenworks, a
new metrowide program serving community gardeners.
Maps and list of all gardens at www.gardenworksMN.org
or see www.farminthecity.org.

St. Paul community gardens on the tour:

 St. Anthony Park Community Garden, 96 flower and
vegetable plots. Robbins Street and Raymond Avenue.

 Churchill Community Garden, perennials and
ornamental grasses. Como Park at intersection of
Horton Avenue, Van Slyke Avenue and Churchill Street.

 Midway Green Spirit Garden, vegetable gardens.
Pierce Butler Route and North Hamline Avenue.

 Horton Park Community Garden, mini-arboretum and
native plant garden. North Hamline Avenue and
Englewood Avenue

 Eleanor Graham Community Garden, 30 vegetable plots.
1335 Ashland Ave., intersection Hamline Avenue and Ayd
Mill Road.

 Mulch (Macalester Urban Land and Community Health),
student vegetable garden. 125 S. Snelling Ave., west
of Macalester College field house.

 Farm in the City Dunning Community Garden, 80
vegetable plots. Concordia Avenue and North Griggs
Street.

 Farm in the City Children's Garden, flower and
vegetable garden. 1221 Marshall Ave., north of Dunning
Recreation Center, 651-641-8831,
www.farminthecity.org.

 Redeemers Arms Garden, vegetable garden. 313 N. Dale
St. at Carroll Avenue (follow orange signs to back
parking lot).

 Swede Hollow Cafi Gardens, children's garden, rain
garden. 721 E. Seventh St.

 Phalen Village Community Garden of District 2, 53
vegetable plots. 1530 Maryland Ave.

 Garden of Good Hearts, flower garden. Congress
Street and South Wabasha Street.

 Youth Farm and Market  West Side Farm, vegetable
gardens. 85 E. Page St.

 Totem Town Community Garden, vegetables, fruits and
native perennials. 391 S. Winthrop St.

 Dodge Nature Center Community Garden, 35 vegetable
plots. 1701 Charlton St., West St. Paul


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