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Community Gardeners

With around 200 gardens and 4,500 gardeners, Cleveland has an extraordinary community of community gardeners! This is a place to share advice, inspiration and news with other community gardeners.

Members: 133
Latest Activity: Mar 17

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Winter Work

Started by Erich Hooper Dec 6, 2013.

Community/Urban Garden in Tri-C/Midtown Neighborhood? 4 Replies

Started by Amy. Last reply by Amy May 28, 2012.

Good place to buy soil/compost? 7 Replies

Started by alial. Last reply by Steven Whiting Apr 11, 2012.

Information about starting a community garden 2 Replies

Started by Daniel Merk. Last reply by Ann McCulloh Apr 29, 2011.

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Comment by Christina Yoka on September 7, 2011 at 2:59pm

Vacant lots turn beautiful through native Ohio plants while bringing together the East and West side of Cleveland

http://www.earthdaycoalition.org/content/harvest-sustainable-neighb...

Comment by LORI ZUPANCIC on January 20, 2011 at 10:28am
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Memorial Park Community Garden will be manning the coat check room at the Home & Garden Show at the Great Lakes Expo Center on 01/25/11 from 11:00AM to 9:00PM. We will be passing out garden info there and at the City of Euclid Booth.

Come and check us out & meet us while you're there ! 

Lori

Comment by Janet Alter on May 18, 2010 at 11:45am
We are starting a new community garden in the Larchmere, Shaker Square, Shaker Heights area. The Larchmere Community Garden will begin taking applications in June. In the meantime volunteers are needed to help build the garden. The garden will have 15-25 individual plots (depending on size) for gardeners as well as community learning plots for children and adults. There will be a communal space for gatherings and mini workshops on organic and sustainable gardening methods and permaculture principles. The plans for next year include a small orchard of dwarf fruit and nut trees, berry bushes and a grape arbor for “community fruit”. Gardeners of all skill levels are welcome. Contact me through the Local Food Cleveland website if you are interested in joining us or just want more information.

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Comment by Tom Crain on April 20, 2010 at 12:48pm
Interested in living or planning an urban ecovillage in Akron? Go to http://ecovillagekickoff.eventbrite.com/
Comment by Rebecca on April 19, 2010 at 5:04pm
are there any gardens near the cleveland clinic
main campus or near woodmere/ beachwood
Comment by Michael Crea on April 15, 2010 at 8:45am
I'm worried about the late blight returning from last year on my plot. Is there any advice? Could it survive through the winter in the soil? Any information would be helpful.
Comment by Andrea Beight on April 12, 2010 at 2:57pm
If you live or work in the city of Shaker Heights you are eligible to participate in the new Rolliston Road Community Garden. Pre-registration is open through April 19th. You can register online at www.gardensofshaker.org or via phone at 216-236-GROW.
Comment by Samantha Provencio on April 2, 2010 at 8:52am
If you are a community gardener that is amember of the OSU Suburban program, please consider joining the community on localfoodcleveland for us. We can share our information and resources unique to suburban community gardens.
Comment by Joe Kennedy on March 26, 2010 at 12:44pm
A few links I found on Community Gardening:

http://www.urbanharvestcleveland.org/

http://acga.localharvest.org/
Comment by Kristel on March 25, 2010 at 9:08pm
There are still spots available for Lakewood gardeners at Cove Park.

http://www.leafcommunity.org/community-gardening/
 

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