In the Winter the Vegetable Garden section is close.
gardening allows residents with small yards, patios or balconies to grow practically plants in practically to container that will hold soil.
There are many varieties of fruit and vegetables to choose from Bedford Stuyvesant Community Garden.
I interview 3 people
I interview this guy his name is Su Deligatoo , and he is telling me about this garden.
Community gardens are important places for people and their communities.
People grow food, meet and talk with friends, relax, enjoy nature and exercise.
Interviewing the person
I explain to the people who I interview that I’m student of QCC and my goal is to get a information about this garden. what is the benefit of this community garden in this neighborhood?
I interview 5 different question from 3 people about community garden in Bedford
The Deli store around the corner from Greene Ave and Malcolm X Blvd.
I interview the guy from deli store he said It’s a quaint, quiet neighborhood with unique homes, diverse residents, and plenty of history.
He also mention Biking is a very popular way to get around within the nearby areas. There are so many restaurants and attractions nearby, that for some residents, walking is an easy way to get the area.
This Beautiful small community garden is located on Greene avenue and Malcolm X blvd the Bed-Stuy area of Brooklyn.
Bedford-Stuyvesant located at section of Brooklyn, this 3,200-square-foot garden serves a neighborhood comprised primarily of single and multi family homes and is within walking distance of several public schools.
This Bedford-Stuyvesant Community Garden Design by Ken Smith.
The deli & Restaurant in front of community garden is out of business.
The guy who I interview said deli and restaurant, went to out of business Known for its fresh sandwiches, salads and house made baked goods and desserts. Eat in or take out.
I spend 6 hour to observing ,community garden and interview from different people.
I also study a bit more about bedford area. Bedford became home to many immigrants, particularly from the South of the US, Latin America, and the West Indies.
The historic buildings and homes located in near by Bedford is most of them is 90 years old.
A small lot of beautifull garden
this space is using by group of neighborhood gardeners to raise vegetables and herbs, such as heirloom tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, basil and oregano.
The garden IS beautifully created with generous support and with the help of local community groups.
Bedford-Stuyvesant resident who always had an interest in trees
In Bedford, 35% of residents live under the federal poverty level,
as a result it has been targeted by government, non-profits, and economic development corporations to increase access to and education around healthy food choices.