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Pittsburgh Community Garden

  1. 1. SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE School of City And Regional Planning G e o rg i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y w i t h t h e P i t t s b u rg h C o m m u n i t y I m p ro v e m e n t A s s o c i a t i o n WELCH STREET COMMUNITY GARDEN REPORT Contributors: Jesse Clark, Mike Cutno, Erin Rosintoski, Andrea Spagnuolo 2 4 5 4 t h S t r e e t R m . 2 0 4 A t l a n t a , G A 3 0 3 3 2 • Te l : 4 0 4 . 8 9 4 . 2 3 5 0 • f a x : 4 0 4 . 8 9 4 . 1 6 2 8 • w w w. p l a n n i n g . g a t e c h . e d u
  2. 2. SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE School of City And Regional Planning G e o rg i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y w i t h t h e P i t t s b u rg h C o m m u n i t y I m p ro v e m e n t A s s o c i a t i o n Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the following people and organizations for helping with this report. The Pittsburgh Community Improvement Association and its members who attended the garden pres- entation this past Winter. Pierre Gaither and LaShawn Hoffman of PCIA. Students of the Social Justice Committee. Fred Conrad for consulting with us in the early stages. Dee Miriam for introducing us to several great resources. Gary Peiffer of the Dekalb Ag Extension for a lengthy discussion of resources and tips. Stephen Causby, the English Avenue Garden Manager for giving us tips and support. And anyone not mentioned who helped make this possible. 2 4 5 4 t h S t r e e t R m . 2 0 4 A t l a n t a , G A 3 0 3 3 2 • Te l : 4 0 4 . 8 9 4 . 2 3 5 0 • f a x : 4 0 4 . 8 9 4 . 1 6 2 8 • w w w. p l a n n i n g . g a t e c h . e d u
  3. 3. Table of Contents Introduction 1 Garden Management 5 Resources 9 Design 12 Building the Raised Beds 19 Design Phases 21 Next Steps 23 What to Grow? 25 Appendix A Contacts 37 Appendix B Sample Bylaws 38 Appendix C Sample Application Form 39 Appendix D Sample Budget 40 Appendix E Funding Sources 41 Appendix F References 46 Appendix G Gardening Guides 48 Social Justice Committee We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t i
  4. 4. Introduction
  5. 5. ,#,- ' .++.;(- 1/.13 (2 3' 9+,(-4.- . /1.)3 = 3' .(+ 924 .,,(6 . 3' 39-3 +-J -(- 22.(4.- ;(3'(- 3' .1( -24393 . '-.+.=F2 '..+ . (3= - (.-+ +--(-E ' .(+ 924 .,,(6 N O (2 .,/1(2 . (3= /+--(- 193 239-32 ;'. (, 3. /1.:( .-J 29+4- :( 3. -.-J/1.32 (- 3+-3 1+3 3. 91- /+--(- - 1:+./,-3 '++-2E 1.)3 3,2 1 .,/1(2 . - .)4: 1.9/ . (:12 239-32 ;'. 1 2/(+((- (- 3' 12 3'3 /1J 3(- 3. 3' (229 3 '-E - YWW`B 3' //1.' 3' (6291' .,,9-(3= ,/1.:,-3 22.(4.- N O 3. (-4 = ;=2 3'3 3' .,,(6 .9+ /1.:( 3'-(+ 22(23-E ' 1-3+= 3*- /.2222(.- . :-3 +.3 3 ^`[ +' 313 1., 3' (3= . 3+-3 - 3'= 2* 3' 3. '+/ 121' 3' +.(242 . .,,9-(3= 1- .- 3' 2(3E %1 .-94- /1+(,(-1= 121' - ,4- ;(3' .3'1 .,,9J -(3= 1-12 (- 3' (3=B ; /12-3 .91 -(-2 3. 3' (6291' -('.1'.. 12(-32 3. .3(- 3'(1 *E ': -.; (-.1/.13 3'(1 (-/93 (-3. .91 -+ 1.,,-4.-2 .1 3' +=.93 - ,-,-3 . 3' 1-E ' .++.;(- 1/.13 ;(++ (-4 = ./14.-+ 2-1(.2B 12.912 - 2(- +31-4:2 .1 3' (,/+,-34.- . .,,9-(3= 1- .- 3' 29)3 2(3E '(+ 2., . 3' .-3-32 1 2/( 3. 3' +' 2(3B ,-= . 3' 1.,,-4.-2 .9+ //+( 3. (4.-+ 1-2 (- 3' -('.1'.. - ;(3'(- 3' (3= . 3+-3E %#% % ' 29)3 2(3 (2 +.3 3 ^`[ +' 313 (- 3' (6291' -('.1'.. ;(3'(- J . 3' (3= . 3+-3E ' (6291' -('.1'.. '2 .- . 3' '('23 .1+.291 132 ;(3'(- 3' (3= - '2 - 4:+= 94+((- ('.1'.. 3(+(4.- 1.1, 9-2 3. /91'2 :-3 '.,2 - 1J 391- 3', * 3. /1.94: 92E +' 313 (- /149+1 .-3(-2 2:1+ . 3'2 .1+.2912 - ;.9+ +(* 3. 92 3' 29)3 2(3 2 - 223B /9+( ,-(3=B - 2 /.3-4+ 3+=23 .1 1(-J :23,-3 .- 3' 2313E ' 2(3 .-2(232 . 3;. +.32 ,291(- ^YE[ XX[E] 3 .,(-B 3.3+(- _BY_^ 2091 3 NWEY 12OE ' 1.9- .:1 ;2 /1:(.92+= .:119- ;(3' *99 93 1-3+= 1J ,.: ,.23 . 3'(2 - .3'1 1(2 91(- .,,9-(3= ;.1* =E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 1
  6. 6. 1 / We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 2
  7. 7. 1 .-(4.-2 We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 3
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 4
  9. 9. 4:2 29' 2 =.93' 2'.+12'(/2E '= +2. -.91 3' '+3'= .-29,/4.- . -391+ ..2 - /1.J :( 3'(- 3..+ .1 =.93' .- 3' -32 . 3'(2 +( 23=+E 23+=B .,,9-(3= 1-2 4 (-3. 1.1 -:(1.-,-3+ .-33 . 1.;(- +.+ 1(9+391 ,.:,-3E '= . 2. = 14- +.+ +31-4: 3. /1.9 1., 1(92(-22 3'3 ,= 13 +1 1.- ..3/1(-3 3. 31-2/.13 3' 2, ,.9-3 . .. 1., 1(.-2 '9-12 . ,(+2 ;= 1., 3'(1 24-4.-E '1.9'.93 3'(2 /1.)3B 3' '2 (-4 3' 23 /142 1., 2922 9+ 1-2 (- 3' (3= . 3+-3 - -4.-;( .1 3. 1/ 3'2 .1,-4.- -32 - +:1 3' /.3-4+ . ^`[ +' 313 .1 3' .,,9-(3=E Garden Management %#!+! .,,9-(3= 1- ;(++ .-+= 2 .. 2 (32 ,-,-3E - 14+ .- 3' 3./( /93 (3 ;++ ;'- (3 2( 3'3 .,,9-(3= 1-2 1 Wf 1-(- - XWWf .,,9-(3= .1-((-E (, 2'.9+ 3*- .- 3' 1.-3 - . 23+(2'(- 1- 3. .1-( .,,(6B 9(+ .-2-292 .- 3' /+-2B - += .93 3' 19+2 .1 ./14.-E
  10. 10. # / !( '1 1 3=/(++= .- .1 3;. (-(:(9+2 .- 3' 1.-3 - 3'3 ': 3' ,.23 (-3123 - (-(44: (- 23+(2'(- 3' 1-E 3 - '+/ 9+ 3. 2(-3 .- /12.- ;'. ;(++ 3 2 3' -1+ 1- ..1(-3.1E '(2 (-(:(9+ ;.9+ 21: 2 - .1-(1 3. 119(3 -; ,,12 - 3 2 3' /.(-3 . .-33 .1 .932( .1-(4.-2E '2 (-(4+ (-(:(9+2 2'.9+ ;.1* 3. - .3'12 (- 3' .,,9-(3= 3'3 ,= (-3123 (- /14(/3J (-E '= - . 3'(2 = 2*(- 1.9- 3' -('.1'..B :(2(4- -('.12 3 3'(1 '.,2 3. 291:= .1 /.3-4+ (-3123B .1 (:(- 1( /12-34.-2 3 .,,9-(3= ,4-2 - /1.:((- 2(-J9/ 2'3 2. 3'3 -; ,,12 - (-:(3 3. ,4-2E - .1 1.9/ . /./+ ': - (-4B 3'(2 ;(++ ,* 9/ 3' G231(- .,,(6H 3'3 ;(++ ,3 3. 31,(- 3' .+2 - ./14.-2 . 3' 1-E 9- 123 23/ 3. -13 (-3123 - 9=J (- 1., .3'12 (2 3. /(* -, .1 3' 1-E '(2 2'.9+ -, 3'3 :1=.- 12 ;(3' (- .1J We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 5
  11. 11. 1 3. (- 3' ,.23 /3-B 93 ( .- --.3 1 9/.- 3'- (3 - 3*- 3. :.3 3. J (E .1 3' ;.1* . 1- +.(242 - (-B 3' 231(- .,,(6 ,923 ( 3' /91/.2 - .+2 . 3' 1-E :1= .,,9-(3= 1- (2 9-(09 (- (32 ,(22(.-E '(+ 2., 23 .93 3. /1.:( 12' .. 1./2 3. 3' 12(-32B .3'12 1 /1(,1(+= 3. 94 = :-3 +.3B ;'(+ .3'12 1 ,-3 3. /.3-4++= -13 2.91 . 1:-9 .1 (32 ,,12E %- 4,2B 13(- 1.9/2 (- 3' .,,9-(3= 1 313 2 3' -(1(2B 29' 2 2-(.12 .1 =.93'E /149+1 1.9/ (2 313B 3'= 2'.9+ (-+9 (- ++ /'22 . 3' /1.)3 3. -291 3'3 3'= 1 (-:23 (- 3' 1-E
  12. 12. #! - 3' 231(- .,,(6 '2 - .1-( - 3' -1+ ,(22(.- 233,-3 . 3' 1- '2 - 1 9/.-B 3' :1= (,/.13-3 32* . 31,(-(- '.; 3' 1- ;(++ ./13 ,923 (-E - .11 3. /1:-3 .- 92(.- - /1.:( ,-2 3. - .1 19+2 (- 3' 9391B 3' .,,(6 2'.9+ 13 =+;2 3'3 .:1- 3' 1-F2 ./14.-E '(+ ,-= (2292 ,= 2, .,,.- 2-2 .1 9-+(*+= 3. .91B 3'1 1 2:1+ (,/.13-3 12 3'3 ,923 122 3. /1:-3 9391 .,/+(4.-2E +.; (2 21(/4.- . 3./(2 3. (2922 - /93 (- ;1(4- ;(3'(- 3' =+;2E :1=.- 3'3 ;.9+ +(* 3. /14(/3 (- 3' 1-(- 2'.9+ 2(- 3'2 =+;2E ., 1-2 +2. 13 //+(4.-2 .1 -; ,,12 3. ++ .93E 2,/+ . 3'2 3=/2 . 1,-32 (2 (-+9 (- 3' //-(E (-3-- (2 1(4+ (229 3'3 ;(++ '+/ 31,(- 3' 2922 . 3' 1-E :1=.-F2 32*2 2'.9+ .93+(- 2. 3'3 3'= *-.; ;'3 (2 /3 . 3',E .1 ,/+B ;'. (2 12/.-2(+ .1 ;(- 3' .,,.- 12 3'3 1-F3 /+-3 ;(3' 1./2A +2.B ;'3 (2 3' ,(-(,9, ,.9-3 . ,(-J 3-- /3 . (-(:(9+ /+.32B - ( 3'(2 ,(-(,9, 23-1 (2-F3 9/'+B '.; ;(++ (3 J 122A - !4: ;= 3. + ;(3' 3'(2 ,= 3. 22(- G.; /3(-2H ;'. 1 12/.-2(+ .1 ;3'(- .:1 13(- ,.9-3 . /+.32 . 3' ,,12E -= . 3'2 /+.32 1 -.3 ,(-3(-B 3' .; /J 3(- ;.9+ 123 //1.' 3' ,,1 3. 2 ( 3'= - -= '+/ ;(3' 3'(1 /+.3E B %1 '+/(- 3' ,,1 ;(3' 3' /+.3B (3 24++ (2 -.3 ,(-3(-B 3'= .9+ (229 3'3 ,,1 ;1-(- - :-39++= 1,.: 3'(1 ,,12'(/ ( 3'= . -.3 .113 3' /1.+,E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 6
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 7
  14. 14. ' 9+4,3 ,-,-3 2319391 3'3 ;(++ ,/+.= (2 9/ 3. 3' .,,9-(3= 93 1., .91 .21J :4.- (3 (2 3' ,,12'(/ ,.+ 3'3 '2 /1.:- 3' ,.23 2922 9+ .1 3' ;(23 2/319, . 3' .,,9-(3=E ,12'(/ .23 (2 ,(-93 3.1 (- 3'(2 ,.+E ' ,.23 (,/.13-3 2/3 (2 3'3 (3 1J 32 2-2 . .;-12'(/ - 12/.-2((+(3= ,.- (-(:(9+ .,,9-(3= ,,12E +2.B 3'1 (2 2-2 . '('3- ,- .1 2/ ;(3'(- 3' 1- 3'3 132 :- ,.1 (-3123 (- 3' .,J ,9-(3=E - .3'1 ;.12B ,,12'(/ 09+2 +92(:(3= ;'(' (-122 91(.2(3= - (-3123E 913'1J ,.1B 2923(-+ 1- ;(++ ': 2:1+ (-(:(9+2 ;'. 1 /+ . ,-(- (3 - (3F2 (,/.13-3 3. */ 3'.2 ,,12 4:E ' .,,9-+ ,.+ 1+(2 ':(+= .- .- .1 3;. (-(:(9+2 ;'. . ,.23 . 3' ;.1*E + 9-(- .1 3' 9/ 1.-3 .-23194.- .232 . 3' 1- ;(++ 1(4+ .,/.--3 3. 3 (3 9/ - 19--(-E - 3' 2(3 +=.93 '2 - -+(B 2(2 - 09-442 . ,31(+2 2'.9+ 31,(-E 1., 3'(2 (-:-3.1=B 3' .,,(6 2'.9+ /1/1 93 2(,(+1 3. 3'3 (-+9 (- 3' //-( 3. (-+9 ++ .232 .1 2(3 +1(-B 2.(+ (,/1.:,-3B 3..+2 - 1(2 2 ,31(+2E %1 14- 1+(24 93B 3' .,,(6 2'.9+ 3'- (-4 = ;'(' (3,2 - .-3 (-J*(-E .1 ,/+B 3' 3+-3 .,,9-(3= .. -* - /1.:( 3..+2 - :.+9-312 3. '+/ ;(3' 3' (-(4+ /1/14.- . 3' 2.(+ - .-23194.- . 3' 1-E .. '(/2 - .-3 = 31 1,.:+ .,/-(2 3'3 ': 3. /= 3. (2/.2 . 3'2 - 1 ,.1 3'- ;(++(- 3. 1./ 2., .! .1 92 2 1.9- .:1 (- 3' 1-F2 .,,.- 1 2 +.; ,(-3-- +31-4: 3. 2.E /13,-3 23.12 ,= ;(++(- 3. .-3 .1 /1.:( (2.9-3 3..+2 - /+-4- ,31(+2E '(+ (3 (2 1.,,- 3. 94+( 2 ,-= 1 ,31(+ 12.912 2 /.22(+B 3' +.1 .1 9(+(- - ,(-3(-(- 3' 1- 2'.9+ 123 ., 1., 3' +.+ .,,9-(3= - 3'- +..* 3. .932( 2.912 .-+= ;'- 3'1 1 -.3 -.9' 12(-32 3. (,/+,-3 (3E - . 3' ,(- -32 . .,,9-(3= 1- (2 3' (+(3= 3. 1(- 12(-32 3.3'1 - 1-; 2-2 . ,11( ,.- 3' -('.1J '..E = 1+=(- .- .932( +.1 3. (,/+,-3 3' :(2(.-B 3'(2 -3 ;(++ (,(-(2' - 3' 12(J -32 ;(++ + +22 . .--4.- 3. 3' 2(- 3' 1- 29E %1 6,/4- 3. 3 ++ 93 (3,2 (3'1 .-3 .1 (2.9-3B =.9 ;(++ +% ;(3' 3' -+ 93 ,.9-3 - 3. 1(2 3'1.9' 2' .-4.-2E '1 1 :1(3= . ;=2 3. .3(- 2' .-4.-2B 29' 2 9-J1(2(- 1(:2B 2/.-2.12'(/2 1., +.+ 92(-222 - 23*'.+12B 2'..+2B We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 8
  15. 15. (4-2 1.9/2B - 1-32 1., .9-4.-2 - .:1-,-3 -(2E 3'1 1-2B 29' 2 3' -J +(2' :-9 1-B ': +.+ 2/.-2.12'(/ 1., 3' .,,9-(3= '91'E '1 ;(++ +(*+= +.- +(23 . /.3-4+ 2/.-2.12 3. //1.'B 2. 3'(2 +(23 2'.9+ (:( ,.- 3' .,,(6 3. '+/ 3* 3' +. .! . 3' + .1-(1E '- //1.'(- 2/.-2.12B (3 (2 23 3. ., /1/1 ;(3' 09(* /12-34.- - 1(- 2., /(3912 . 3' /1./.2 2(3 +=.93 3. '+/ .,,9J -(3 3' :(2(.- - (2/+= .1-(4.-E -= .-4.-2 ': - 1(:B 3'(2 2'.9+ .,,9-(J 3 3. /.3-4+ .-.12 3. +3 3', *-.; 3'3 .3'1 /./+ +(: (- 3' /1.)3 - 3. '+/ :+(3 3' (-(44:E .,/1'-2(: +(23 . /.3-4+ 2/.-2.12 (2 (-+9 (- 3' //-(E Resources 2.912 1 2.- 3. ,-,-3 ;'- (3 .,2 3. 2922 9+ 1-E 3+-3 '2 /+-3= . 1J 2.912 +.++=E ' .9-3=B 233 - 3' -(:12(3= . .1( ++ ': /1.1,2 (- /+ 3. /1.,.3 '.149+391 - 91- 1-2E '(2 9( ;(++ /1.:( - .:1:(; . '+/ 9+ .1-(4.-2 2 ;++ 2 .-332 ;(3'(- 3+-3 3'3 ;(++ '+/ */ 3' 1- 1.;(- - 19 .232E !+ %#$ .+9-312 1 13 ;= 3. 93 .;- .- ,-J'.912 - +.1 .232E + 4,2 .1 :.+9-312 1 91J (- 3' (-(4+ /'2 . 1(2(- 3' 1-B /+-4- =2 ;'- +.32 . 22 - 3. 2.; - %1 3' '1:23 ;'- 3' 2.(+ -2 3. 391- .:1E .91 .1-(4.- ,= ': ;= 3. .1-( +1 1.9/ . :.+9-312E 1 =.9 - .-33 3' 3+-3 .,,9-(3= .. -*E 1 .-1 (2 3'(1 .,,9-(3= 1- 2/(+(23E .1-(2 :.+9-312 - ' '2 2:1+ 3..+2 3 '(2 (2/.2+ .3' /.;1 3..+2 - ,-9+ .-2E ;(++ 2/(++= '+/ 9+ (- 3' (-(4+ 232 . 3' /1.)3E 3'1 2.912 . :.+9-312 1 +.+ -.-J/1.3 .1-(4.-2 - 2'..+2E -= '91' 1.9/ 3'3 (2 J 4: (- 3' .,,9-(3= ;(++ 13 2.91 3. 3/E .912B - .1 .1 :.+9-312E # +$ We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 9
  16. 16. 12.91 9+ ,-,-3 3, ;(++ + 3. 93 .;- .- 3' .23 . 1- 29//+(2 = 92(- 3' 12.912 :(++ (- 3' 1 - 1=+(- ;'3 (2 .- 2(3E .(+B 22B ;31B .,/.23 - ,9+' 1 ++ - 3. */ 3' /+-32 '+3'=E ;(++ 122 3'2 12.912 (- 3' .++.;(- 24.- = +..*(- 3 3' .1-(4.-2 3'3 22(23 (- ,(-3(-(- 3',E
  17. 17. # /! $ -(:12(3= . .1( 1(9+391 ../14: 3-2(.-D ' G 3-2(.-H /1.:(2 ;+3' . (- .1,4.- .1 '.149+391+(232 - 91- 1-12E .23 .9-42 ': - 3-2(.- 3'3 29//.132 1-12 (- 3'(1 12/4: .9-3=E ' 9+3.- .9-3= .93' .# (2 +.3 3 X^^ 2'(-3.- . (- 23 .(-3B E 13 .-33 3 3' -31 (2 -3 .= (+2.- 1-.;- 91- 1-1 - ..1(-3.1 . 3' 3+-3 1- 1-(- 1.1,E ,1(- .,,9-(3= 1-(- 22.(4.- ' ,1(- .,,9-(3= 1-(- 22.(4.- (2 - ++-3 12.91 .1 1.9/2 3'3 1 (-3123 (- :+./(- 3'(1 2*(++2 - +1-(- 1., .3'1 2922 9+ 1-2E '(1 ;2(3 N;;;E.,,9-(3=1-E.1O '2 ;+3' . 12.912 .- 3' 3./(E '= +2. '.+ 19+1 ;.1*2'./2 ;(3' +.+ 1.9/2 3'3 /1.:( 31(-(- .- .,,9-(3= .1-((-B -931(4.-B 9-1(2(-B - .931'E 3+-3 12(-32 ;(++ .139-3+= + 3. 2(+= 3* :-3 . 3' --9+ .- 1- ;'- (3 .,2 '1 (- 9923E ' .- 1- 3912 ;.1*2'./2B *=-.3 2/*12B +, 24:+ - :(2(32 3. +.+ 1-2E 3(+2 . 3' .- 1- 1 +.;D ZX23 --9+ .- 1-D .+(24 //1.' 3. 9(+(- 923(-+ R +3'= .,,9-(42 J ' '.( (2 .912 '912=B 9923 J 9-=B 9923 _B YWXW .91,(+* -31B 3+-3B .1( We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 10
  18. 18. ' ;2(3 +2. (-+92 2:1+ /1J1.1 3+.- 1-2 .- (:12 1.9/ . 29)32 3'3 /13(- 3. 1-(-B (-+9(- 9-1(2(-B .1-(2B +12'(/B - 1,12 ,1*32E '2 - J 22 3'1.9' 3' .++.;(- +(-*D '6/DII;;;E.,,9-(3=1-E.1I+1-I31(-(-I3+.- 1-2E/'/ We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 11
  19. 19. Design 2(,/+ - +-3 1- 2(- ;(++ .-31(93 3. 3' 44.- . 3' -('.1'.. - */ 3' 1- .11+= - /1.94:E ' 2 - 1- 23193912 - 11- 2. 3'3 3' 1- - 92 (- .3'1 ;=2 3'3 -3 3' .,,9-(3=E 4:(42 - (-+9 F2B ..*.932B 2,++ '(+1-F2 1- .1 /+= 1E ' +.3 (,-2(.-2 - 2(3 .-(4.-2 ;(++ 2'/ 3' 2(-E ' +.3 (2 13'1 +1 93 (3 2+./2 .- 3' 2(2 - 11 . 3' +.3 +(*+= 9 3. .9-4.- 3'3 +=2 -3' +=1 . 2.(+C 3' 2+./ +(,(32 3' 92+ 1E ..3 1- 23* .- 3' 2(2 2'.9+ 92 3. */ ++ 4:(3= .- 2(3 - -.3 2/(++ .:1 .-3. 3' )-3 /1./13=E - (2 This diagram shows approximately 1.,,- ( 9-(- (2 :(++C 3'(2 21:2 3. */ 3' 1- 4:J 10% of the lot dedicated to gardening. Each plat has 12 beds of 4 feet by 8 (3= .-3(- - 32 2 ,1*1 . .,,9-(3= 2-4.- 2/E feet. The total square footage used for each side is 384, which leaves 30 sq. ft. ' (3= . 3+-3B 3' .;-1 . 3' /1./13=B '2 - .1(-- /1:-4- -= 1-(- 4:(3= 1., (- XWf . 3' +-E ' +- (2 29(:( (-3. 3;. +.32 ' //1.(,3+= [BX[_ 2091 3E ' +.3 - ': [X[E_ 20E 3 :.3 3. 1-(- ;(3' 3.3+ . _Y`E] 20E 3 . 1-J (-E ' .1(-- ;2 ;1(6- 3. +(,(3 +1 2+ 1(9+391 (- (3= /1*2E - 3' -1 9391B (3 ,= 1:(2 3. ++.; 2,++ 1-2 .- /9+(+= .;- +.32 3. +11 /1-3 . 3' +.3E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 12
  20. 20. $
  21. 21. ! $ ' 3, , 9/ ;(3' 3'1 2(- ./4.-2 3'3 122 3' .,,9-(3=F2 -2 2 /122 (- 3' .,,9-(3= ,4- - .-.(- .,,9-(4.- ;(3' - 12(-32E 2(-32 ;-3 2/ 3'3 ;2 -.3 )923 1- 93 /+ ;'1 .,,9-(3= ,,12 .9+ (-313E '(+1-F2 /+= 1 ;2 ,).1 ,-(3= 2(1 = 12(-32C (3 (2 (-+9 (- ++ 3'1 2(- ./4.-2E 3'1 ,-(42 29' 2 /(-( 3+2 - 1(++2 - 92 :1== .1 .1 2/(+ :-32E ' .,,9-(3= 2'.9+ '..2 3' 2(- 3'3 (2 ,.23 29(3+ .1 3'(1 -2E ;(++ ,* .,,-32 '1 .- ' ./4.- 3. 2'.; 3' (-'1-3 -32E '- ; ;(++ (2922 3' .,/.--32 . 3' 2(-E .1 +11 :(; . 3' 2(- 1 1 3. 3' 2(- /2 (-+9 ;(3' 3' 1/.13E
  22. 22. ! $ 8 8 +1B -31+ 1-(- 1 (2 3' .92 . 3'(2 ./4.-E 1- -31- (- .1,2 3' /221= . 3' 2(-3 2/ (- 3' (-31(.1E ' .:+ /3' /1.:(2 2= 22 1.9- 3' 1- 2 ;++ 2 - 23'4 3'3 1(- .12 3' .,,9-+(3= 3'3 3' 1- 6,/32 3. -13E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 13
  23. 23. ' ,).1 (!1- 3;- X - X (2 3'3 X 2'.;2 '.; ,.1 2 - 3 (-3. 3' 1-(- .:+E ' 2 1 11- (- 1( /61-B ;'(' (-122 2 . ,.:,-3 3'1.9' 3' 2E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 14
  24. 24. ! 9 /4.- Y (2 2(,/+ 2(- 3'3 (2 9-4.-+ - 21:2 3' -2 . 3' .,,9-(3=E ;. 12 :.3 3. 1-(- 1 2/13 = -31+ /3';= +(- 3. ,-(42 (- 3' 11E 1 3. 3' 3+ J +.; 3. .,/1 3' 2/ :.3 3. 1-(- (- ' ./4.-E OPTION NUMBER OF BEDS S Q U A R E F O O TA G E 1a 27 864 1b (includes 6 4x4 beds) 42 1,248 2 32 1,024 We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 15
  25. 25. $ !! %$ # 4$ . # Why Raised Bed Gardening? ' /+= 1 (2 - ++-3 ,-(3= .1 /1-32 ;(3' =.9- '(+1- ;'. +(* 3. 1-E - .91 91J • More production per square foot - Records at - -:(1.-,-3 (3 (2 11 3. ': 2/2 ;'1 Dawes Arboretum near Newark, OH. indicate an 9+32 - '(+1- ': 2'1 2/2 3'3 21: average of 1.24 lbs. per square foot of vegetables as compared to about .6 for the traditional home .3' . 3',E ' (-+92(.- . 3' /+= 1 .9+ garden. + 3. '(' +:+ . (-314.- 3;- 9+32 • Improved soil conditions - Water, air and roots all . ,9+4/+ -14.-2 - '(+1-E have difficulty moving through soil compressed by tractors, tillers, or human feet. Not so in a raised $ $ bed. Saturated soils get a dose of lime every spring via percolation. In a raised bed, gravity reduces (2 2 ;(++ (,/1.: 3' /1.94:(3=B .1-(J percolation to a trickle, resulting in an acidity that can be maintained in the 5.8 to 6.8 range that vege- 4.-B - 23'4 . =.91 1-E .23 .,,9J tables prefer. -(3= 1-2 1.9- 3+-3 92 2., .1, . • Use less fertilizer - Concentrate on the growing area 1(2 2 - ,-= 92 1(2 2 +92(:+=E and not on the compact soil in the paths. • Use less water - The water goes only where it is (3' 1(2 1-(- =.9 ;(++ 2..- 2 3' needed. 1391- .- (-:23,-3 (- 31,2 . /1.94:(3= . • Pest control - if burrowing rodents are abundant, 3' /+-32B 2:(-2 1., 2.(+B 14+(1 - ;31B the bottom of the bed can be lined with poultry wire or hardware cloth. - 3' 2 . ,(-3-- 9(+3 1('3 (-E • Less weeds - As with pest control, lining the bottom )*(%#0 ($$% ,) % ( ) ) ($ * of the bed with plastic, mulch or cloth stops the weeds. Weeds that do appear come up out of the %'+% 0,( (% * )* )*%( .## loose soil very easily. (% 1 % '(,+- (% %5 ) # * • Extend the growing season - Beds can be planted # *(* ) ( #03 . ) (( * $ %* % earlier in the spring and will produce later in the fall because the soil warms faster and cools slower. 7#0 ) %* ( % .*( -(0 )0 % #)) ( ) # * ( * (*) .% * #0 $'*)85 Courtesy of Farmer D Organics %#, % )+$* ,* % '#%) ( )* ;: ( ) ) ** . ## )- * $$,% *0 $%0 -(),) ,0 % *$ ($ $%,*,((5 We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 16
  26. 26. ' 23-1 ;(3' . 1(2 2 92 = ,.23 1-12 (2 [ 3 ;( 2. 3'3 3' -31 (2 2(+= J 22 1., (3'1 2(E 2(- 3'(2 ;(3' - 12.-+ +-3' ; 23+(2' 3'3 XWH /B [F _F (2 .23 !4: ,.+ (+ .1 3' +' 313 1-E (2 2 +1+= ,1* ;'1 1-(- 3*2 /+ - ;'1 /3'2 1 3;- 3',E '1 (2 +22 '- 3'3 3' /+-32 ;(++ 31,/+ .- = 2,++ '(+1- .1 /32E ' 2 +2. ,* (3 2(1 3. (2J 4-9(2' - (::=J9/ /+.32 ,.- .,,9-(3= ,,12E +.32 2'.9+ 23-1( 2 .- 3' -2 . 3' .,,9-(3=E YF [F /+.3 (2 29#(-3 .1 (-J -12 ;'. 1 +..*(- 3. 3 3'(1 3 ;3 ;(3' 1-(-E 11 /+.32 . [F [F .1 -= -41 N.1 3;.@O . [F _F ,= -221= 3. ,3 3' -2 . :- 1-12 ;'. ;(++ 2/- ,.1 4, 3-(- 3. 3'(1 /+-32E 2,/+ /+.3 (:(2(.- 3;- 3'1 1-12 - 2- .:E +.32 - 1 29#(-3 .1 -.:( 1-12 ;'. ;-3 2,++ /+.3 .1 /1(,-4-E ' /+.3 2'.9+ ': 22 3. 3 +23 3;. 2(2 . 3' 3. ,(,( 22 3. 3' -31 . 3' /+.3 - ,* (3 2(1 3. 3-E .1 ,(4.92 1-12 ,= 2* .1 +11 /+.32E ' ,-,-3 3, 2'.9+ += .93 3' 9(+(-2 .1 /+.3 (:(2(.- /1(.1 3. ,,12 ).(-(- (- .11 3. ,(-(,( .-$(32E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 17
  27. 27. % - - 3 ;(++ /1.J .9-+= -'- 3' +(4,= . 3' 1-E ' - 2/J 132 3' .,,9-(3= 2-J 4.- 4:(3= . 3' 1- 1., 3' /9+( 4:(3= +.- 3' 2(;+*E ' - .2 -.3 - 3. +.13 .1 (,/-31+E 3 - , 1., YF [F 2392E - 3B 3=/(+ ;.. - (2 -.3 2(1J + 2(- (3 +.*2 29-+('3 (- 3' ,.1-(- - :-(-E ' 3 21:2 2 /.13+ 3. 3' 1- - 23+(2'2 2(1+ - 2(+= 1.-(J + (,E 3 2=2B G3'(2 (2 .91 1- - ;F1 /1.9 . (3EH ' 3 .2 -.3 ': 3. +.2 .1 +.*E 3 ;.9+ '22+ .1 1- ,-12 3. ': 3. +3 ,,12 (- :1= =E ' 3 - , = .,,9-(3= ,,1 1., [F [F +9,1E * 291 (3 (2 291 (-3. 3' 1.9- (- 2 231.- 23.1, .,2 (-E ' 2(- 3. 3' 3 109(12 +(6+ ,.1 2*(++ 2 /12-3 '1 93 2(- 3'3 (2 3' .,,9-(3=F2 .;- ;(++ . +.- ;=E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 18
  28. 28. Building the Raised Beds 13 ;= 3. 3 ++ 3' 2 9(+3 3 .- (2 3. .1-( .,,9-(3= 9(+ :-3 ;'1 +1 1.9/ 3'12 .- 3' 2(3 - /932 3' 2 3.3'1 (- ,61 . '.912E 3' ;.. (2 /193 3' .-+= 3..+2 =.9F++ - 1 /.;1 1(++2 - 192'2 .1 +.3'2E %#$ ' 2 - 9(+3 '/+= ( 1(++2 1 .-3 .1 2'.13 31, 92E ' .++.;(- 3+ 2'.;2 :1=J 3'(- =.9F++ - 3. 3 2313E 3'1 (2 -. 2; :(++B ': 3' ;.. /193 3 3' '1;1 23.1E . -.3 9= 313 ;..E .9 .-F3 ;-3 3' ',(+2 (- 3' ;.. 2/(- (-3. 3' ..E .9F++ ': 3. 313 3' ;.. ;(3' +(-2 .(+ .1 -.3'1 -391+ .(+ 3'3 ;.-F3 !3 3' 2.(+E M AT E R I A L S 1 RAISED BED 10 BEDS PRICE* 2x10x12 Untreated Yellow Pine 2 boards cut at the 8’/4’ mark 20 boards $236.47 2x4x12 Untreated Dried Whitewood four 10” pieces per bed 3 studs $15.95 Boiled Linseed Oil several ounces 2 cans $17.08 Drywall Screws 16 screws 160 screws $12.72 TOTAL $282.22 *Price total with estimated sales tax based on Lowes hardware prices. We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 19
  29. 29. +) % %!%# % 8 +% % !#$3 ;. .12B ' YH XWH XYF ;(++ ,* 3' 2(2 . 3' E 93 ' .1 3 3' _ ..3 ,1* ,*(- 231('3 93 1.22 3' XWH .1E % 9 +% % $%+$3 93 3' 2392 (-3. XWH +.- /(2E .9F++ - [ 239J29//.132 /1 E % : %#% % -!!3 .* +.3' (- +(-2 .(+ - 19 (3 1.22 ' .1 - 239J29//.13 .:1(- ++ 2(2E '(2 23/ (2 :1= (,/.13-3 ( =.9 ;-3 3' 2 3. +23 .1 =12E 3 3' ;.. 1= .,/+3+= .1 /1.(- 3. 3' -3 23/E % ; $% % -!!3 2 /.;1 1(++ N .1+22 1(++ ,= -.3 ': -.9' /.;1O 3. 1(++ .1 '.+2 3'1.9' 3' .12 3. 3' 239 29//.132E 1(++ 3;. '.+2 ' X XIY (-'2 1., 3' 3./ - .6., . 3' +.- .1E 1(++ 3;. '.+2 ' Y (-'2 1., 3' 3./ - .6., . 3' 2'.13 .1 3'1.9' 3' ,(+ . 3' Y [E * 291 3' +.- 2( . 3' Y [ (2 97- 3' +.- .1E 1(++ 3' 1=;++ 21; (-3. 3' '.+ ,*(- 3' 3'1 /(2 . ;.. $92' 3.3'1E % %3 + 3' .- (32 /1,--3 +.4.-E * 291 3' 1.9- -3' (2 2 $3 2 /.22(+E % = -% $!3 (++ 3' ;(3' 2.(+ XIYH 3. XH 1., 3' 3./ . 3' E - ./4.- .1 ++(- 3' 2.(+ (2 3. +(- 3' .6., . 3' ;(3' ,2' 3. /1J :-3 ; 1.;3' .1 '(*- ;(1 3. */ .93 911.;(- 1.-32E - 3' 2.(+ (2 1= (3F2 4, 3. /+-3@ We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 20
  30. 30. Design Phases ' .,,9-(3= - ,(,( 3' +.-:(3= - :((+(3= . 3' 1- = 23+(2'(- .+2 3. ,3E ' .++.;(- (2 .91 1.,,-4.- .1 /'2(- (- (!1-3 2/32 . 3' 1-E $ 3 87 $ $2 !!$% % 3 (2 (,/.13-3 3. 3 .! 3. .. 2313E ' 123 /'2 . 3' /1.)3 2'.9+ .92 .- 7- ;++ .1-( 1- 23 9/E %1 3' ,-,-3 3, (2 (- /+B !.132 2'.9+ , 3. 291 9-2 .1 .-4.-2 .1 XW 1(2 2B 2.(+B 1- 3..+2 - .,/.23 (-E 2,++ .,/.23 (- - 92 .1 -.; - /- .- +31 N ''% / ( $6 ')* % '#%)OE - 2 ;1 '.2- 2 .+ 92 (3 (2 12.-+ .+ .-2(1(- 3' .23 . 9(+(- 3' 2 - 3' 2./ . 3' ;.1* (-:.+:E 3'1 (2 -.9' (-3123 (- 3' .,,9-(3= - 3' 9-2 3. ,3' ,.1 2 - 9(+3 (- 3' (-(4+ /'2E ' 2 2'.9+ +( .93 .1(- 3. 3' 2(- - ;(3' 3' 9-123-(- 3'3 ,.1 2 ;(++ 11(: (- 3' 9391E ' 1-F2 3 ;(3' 3' 2(- 6' ;(++ (- 3' /1.22 . 14- - (, .1 3' 1-E .,,9-(3= ,,12 ;(++ 22.(3 3' 2(- ;(3' 3' /+E $ 3 !! $ 2 3' 1- 1.;2B =.9 ;(++ - /+ .1 23.1 - /+2 3. 2(3 91(- 1*2E 3..+ 2' ;(3' +.* .- (3 - /+ .- 3' 2(3E .;:1B 291 3. '* ;(3' 3' (3= . 3+-3 .1 9(+(- -= /1,--3 2319391E ,-(42 +(* /(-( 3+2B .1 2-. ;(++ 3. 3' .,,9-+ 2/3 . 3' 1- - /1.:( 123 1 .1 1-12 (- - . 1*E -.3'1 ,-(3= 3'3 - 3. 3' 2923(-(+(3= . 3' 1- (2 ;31 .++4.- 9-(3E ' 9-(3 - .,(- ;(3' 3' 3..+ 2'E 2(,/+ ;31 .++4.- 9-(3 - 9(+3 ;(3' 29//+(2 1., +.+ '1;1 23.1E (-B '* 3' (3= .1(-- 3. ,* 291 3'(2 (2 ++.;E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 21
  31. 31. (-++=B ,.1 2 ;(++ - 3. 9(+3 3. .,,.3 3' ,- .1 /+.32E 1:(; . 3' -221= 2/ 109(1,-32 2'.9+ 1:(; 3 :1= 29209-3 /'2E $ 3 - - 1 . 1((+(3= 3. 3' 1-E 3 132 - (, 3'3 /1.)32 3'3 3' 2/ (2 92 .1 2-4.- 4:(3=E 3 - +2. /-2(: - (#9+3 3. 13E '- 3' 1- (2 23J +(2' - 19--(- 2922 9++= .1 ; =12B ,-12 2'.9+ .-2(1 3' - 2 - ./4.- 3. -J '- 3' 1-E - ./4.- (2 3. 9(+ 3' - 1.9- 3' -41 /1./13=E -.3'1 ./4.- (2 3. +: 3' 1.-3 . 3' 2(3 ./- N-. -O 3. ,(,( 22 (- - .93 . 3' 1-E ' 3;. /1./J 142 .- 3' 2( . 3' 1- ,= ,.1 2(1+ ( - (2 (- /+E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 22
  32. 32. Next Steps
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 23
  34. 34. '..2 3' 2(- 3'3 23 21:2 3' -2 . 3' .,,9-(3=E #% +% - 3' 2(- '2 - -+(B 3* - (-:-3.1= . 3' ,.9-3 . ,31(+2 3'3 ;(++ -E 2 :.+9-31 +.1 2 ,9' 2 /.22(+ - (-4 = (-J*(- .-4.-2 .1 -221= ,31(+2E 2 3' 93 .1, /1.:( (- 3' //-( 2 =.91 9(E . + !! $ -= 1-2 1 2+ J29//.13 3'1.9' ,,12'(/ 92B 93 ,-= 1-2 (23 3'1.9' 2/.-2.1J 2'(/B .-4.-2B .1 .3'1 2.912 . 9-(-E .-4.-2 . ,.-=B 3..+2B 22B .1 /142 ,= -J 221=E ## ,! % $% .-2(1 ;'1 3' 29-2'(- ++2 .- 3' 2(3B ;'3'1 ;31 (2 :(++B - 3' 09+(3= . 3' 2.(+E . 2.(+ 324- 3. 31,(- ;'3'1 =.9 - /+-3 (13+= (-3. 3' 1.9-E 1-( :.+9-31 ;.1* 1;2 3. '+/ /1/1 3' 2(3 N .2 3' +- - 3. +:+A .2 2.(+ - 3. A .2 - - 3. .-23193AO !+ % +/ 1- ,,12 */ (- 3.9' ;(3' .- -.3'1 .93 ;'3F2 .(- .- (- 3' 1-B - */ 3' .,,9-(3= (- .1, .93 ;'3 (2 '//-(- (- 3' 1-E ,(+ 1.9/2B /'.- 312B -('.1'.. -;2+612 - /12-34.-2 3. .,,9-(3= ,,12 1 .,,.-+= 92E (++ =.9 ': 19+1+= 2'9+ .,,9-(3= ,4-2 3'3 3* /+ (- 3' 1-A =.9 ': 3' 12.912B 13 1(-J /1.. 9++4- .1 (- 3' 1- 3. (2/+= :-32 - 19+2 . 3' 1-E % !+% %# %2 .2 ! % -% !#$1 We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 24
  35. 35. What to Grow? G'3 3. 1.;H (2 09(* 9( 3. ; .,,.- 1- /+-32E ;(++ +2. (-+9 ,.1 (-J/3' .,/-(.- 9(2 3. ;(1 11= . /+-32 (- 3' //-(E .23 . 3' 9(2 1 1., F2 1(9+J 391+ 3-2(.- /1.1,E .3' 9(2 1 ++-3 12.912 3'3 - 92 = .,,9-(3= ,,12 - ,-12 3. ,* 3' 1- +92' - /1.94:E .,3.2 # %! % '2 /+-32 /1 1 ;++J/1/1B ;++J1(- 2.(+ (- 9++ 29- N_ 3. XW '.912 ;(++ 29#O !- %! % (* 2/.3 3'3 1(:2 ,/+ 29-+('3 - 323 3' 2.(+F2 / +:+ K =.9 ;-3 3;- ] - ^E N. (-J 12 3' ' +:+B +(,E . 12 (3B 29+ 91EO /1 .,/.23 .:1 3'(2 1 - ,( (3 ;(3' 3' 2.(+E ( '.+ .1 ' 2B +:(- 3 +23 ..3 (- 3;- .1 1.;3'B .:1 3', - 1,+= /3 .;- 3' 2.(+E 31 3', ;(3' 2/1= .6+ .9/+ 4,2 /1 ;*E # % .,3.2 - 29#(-3 ;31B .93 X (-' /1 ;*E 1.9'3J!3 /+-32 /1.9 2,++1 - ;1 3.,3.2E 9+' /+-32 3. ,(-3(- :- 2.(+ ,.(2391B 93 += ,9+'(- 1+= /+-4-2 9-4+ 3' 2.(+ ;1,2 9/E '- 3' 3.,3.2 +..,B .1 ;'- 3'= 23 3' 123 19(3B (2 .. 19+ . 3'9, 3. (-(3 3'3 3' 2.(+2 1 ;1,E %1 3' /+-32 ': 23 3.,3.2 .93 3' 2( . .+ ++2B 2(J 122 ;(3' .,/+3 14+(1E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 25
  36. 36. 1:23 3' 19(3 2 (3 1(/-2B .1 ( 1.23 (2 (,,(--3 .1 209(11+2 - (12 1 7- 3' 3.,3.2 09(*1 3'- =.9 1B /(* 3', ;'- 3' 1- 19(3 2313 2'.;(- 1 .+.1 J 3'= ;.-F3 3 -= 1(/1B 93 3'= ;(++ G1 9/H ,.1 %1 (- /(*E (2'2 # %! % (2'2 3'1(: (- 2.(+ ;(3' / +:+ . 1.9- ] .1 ^E +-3 1(2'2 (- 9++ 29- N_ 3. XW '.912 ;(++ 29#O .1 /14+ 2' N+31 29- ++ = .1 2' /13 . 3' =OE !- %! % (++ 29--= /3' (- =.91 1-E .; 22 .93 Z /1 (-' (- 1.;2 _ 3. XW (-'2 /13E +-3 3' 22 e (-' +.; 3' 2.(+F2 291 E # % 31 3', +('3+= :1= .9/+ =2B .1 //+= X (-' . ;31 ;'- 3'1 '2 - -. 1(- .1 ;* .1 2.E (2'2 1 23 1.;12 - 2'.9+ 1= 3. /9++ (- 2:1+ ;*2E .-F3 ;(3 3.. +.-B .1 3'=F++ (- 3. 31(.13E (2'2 1 -.3 +.1J(-3-2(: /+-32E . .1 /9++ 3' ;2B 2/(++= ;'(+ 3' 2+(-2 1 2,++B 2. 3'= .-P3 .,/3 ;(3' 3' 1(2'2 .1 ;31 - -931(-32E 1:23 2/1(- 1(2'2 3 .93 X (-' (- 2( - ;(-31 1(2'2 3 Z (-'2E (2'2 23./ :+./(- (- '.3 ;3'1 - 2- 9/ 2 23+*2E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 26
  37. 37. 9'(-( # %! % 9'(-( /+-32 ;(++ 3.+13 ,.23 2.(+ .-(4.-2 2 +.- 2 (3 '2 .. 1(-E +-32 3'1(: (- 9++ 29-B 93 - -91 /14+ 2' ( -221= !- %! % - ,.9- . .,/.23 2.(+ ..3 '(' - .9/+ 3 ;(B 2.; 2:1+ 9'(-( 22E / ' ,.9- //1.(,3+= Z 3 /13B ;31 3', ':(+= :1= .3'1 = - ;(3 .1 3', 3. 2/1.93 (- .9/+ ;*2E # % 31 3' 22 ':(+= :1= .3'1 = - ;(3 .1 3', 3. 2/1.93 (- .9/+ ;*2E '= 2'.9+ 1= 3. '1:23 .93 ,.-3' +31E .9 2'.9+ 31= 3. :.( ;7- 3' /+-3P2 +:2 2 3'(2 ;(++ -J .91 (22E - 3' /+-32 ': 3*- .!B =.9 2'.9+ 3'(- .93 3' ;* /+-32 - +: -. ,.1 3'- 3;. /+-32 /1 ,.9-E .9 2'.9+ /(* 9'(-(2 ;'- 3'= 1 .93 2( (-'2 +.-E 32 # %! % '2 1..3 1./2 109(1 ;++J/1/1 +.,= 2.(+E 32 . 23 (- 2.(+ 3'3 (2 -931+ 3. +*+(- N1,,1 3'3 / . ^EW (2 -931+C .: ^EWB 3' 2.(+ (2 +*+(-C +.; ^EWB 3' 2.(+ (2 ((EOE ' 2.(+ 2'.9+ +2. ': '(' /.322(9, +:+B 22-4+ .1 .. 1..3 :+./,-3E 1(- (2 (,/.13-3B 2/(++= ( =.9 2(1 3. 2313 3' /+-32 1+=B 2. 3'3 3' 2.(+ (2 1= -.9' 3. ;.1*E +-3 32 (- 9++J29- +.4.- We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 27
  38. 38. !- %! % - 1.;2B 2.; 3 22 X (-' /13B - ++.; XY 3. X (-'2 3;- 1.;2E - 1(2 B 2.; 3' 1.;2 _ 3. XW (-'2 /13 1.22 3' E .:1 3' 22 ;(3' XIY (-' . - 2.(+E # % '2 /+-32 109(1 +(6+ 1E . .1 /9++ 3' ;2 2. 3'3 3'= .-P3 .,/3 ;(3' 3' 32 .1 ;J 31 - -931(-32E -. 1(- ++2 .1 ^ 3. XW =2B //+= X (-' . ;31E 1:23 3./2 ;'- 3'= 1 ] (-'2 '('B - 92 3', 2 =.9 ;.9+ 92 2/(-'E 1:23 1..32 ;'- 3'= 1 XXIY 3. Y (-'2 (- 2(E 11.32 # %! % '2 1..32 109(1 /+= /1/1B ;++J1(- 2.(+E 11.32 ;(++ 1.; (- 2.(+2 ;(3' ;( 1- . ((3= .1 +*+(-(3=E . -.3 //+= +(, .1 =/29, 3. 1- 2.(+2 9-+22 =.9 ': 323 3', 3. ,* 291 3' +(9, (2 -E '(' +:+ . 2.(+ /.322(9, (2 22-4+ .1 .. 1..3 :+./,-3E (: 11.32 9++J29- +.4.- !- %! % .1 1.;2B 2.; 11.3 22 .93 Z /1 (-'B - ++.; XY 3. X (-'2 3;- 1.;2E .1 1(2 B 2.; 3' 1.;2 _ 3. XW (-'2 /13 1.22 3' E .1 .3' ,3'.2B .:1 3' 22 ;(3' XI[ (-' . - 2.(+E # % +(6+ '.(- .1 /9++(- . ;2B 2/(++= ;'(+ 3' 2+(-2 1 2,++B ;(++ /1:-3 ;2 1., .,/4- ;(3' 3' 11.32 .1 ;31 - -931(-32E -. 1(- ++2 .1 ^ 3. XW =2B //+= X (-' . ;31E 1:23 3' 11.32 ;'- 3'= 1 3 +23 XIY (-' (- (,31E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 28
  39. 39. /(-' # %! % /(-' /1 12 9++ 29- N_ 3. XW '.912 ;(++ 29#OB 93 3. 3- (32 /1.J 94.- (-3. 3' '.3 29,,1 ,.-3'2B /+-3 (3 (- /14+ 2' N+31 29- ++ = .1 2' /13 . 3' =O 3. */ (3 ..+1E ;++J1(- +.4.- - /1.:( '+3'(1 /+-32E ' /+-32 - +.32 . ;31 .1 :(.1.92 1.;3'B 93 3' 1..32 --.3 23- 2.= 2.(+2E !- %! % .; 2/(-' 2 (- 1.;2 XY (-'2 /13B - 3'(- 3. X /+-3 :1= ] (-'2E - B 2 (- 1.;2 ] (-'2 /13 1.22 3' B .1 1.23 3' 2C 3'(- 2+(-2 3. [ 3. ] (-'2 (- ' (14.-E .1 .-4-9.92 29//+= . 2/(-'B ,* (4.-+ /+-4-2 :1= ^ 3. XW =2 # % '2 /+-32 - 23- 1E '= ,923 /+-3 1+= - '1:23 .1 '.3 ;3'1 11(:2E
  40. 40. / 3' /+-32 1.;(-B - ;31 2 - 3. /1.:( .93 X (-' /1 ;*E /(-' /+-32 1 2'+J +.;+= 1..3 - 2(+= 9/1..3B 2. ; = 1 9+ '.(- .1 /9++(- ;'(+ 3' /+-32 1 2,++E 232 - (222 ,= !3 /+-4-2E .-31.+ /'(2 ;(3' (-24(+ 2./E .:1(- 3' /+-32 ;(3' '2+.3' .1 92(- .,,1(+ 1.; .:12 (2 3' .-+= ;= 3. /1.33 3',E 1:23 2/(-' = 2-(//(- .! .931 +:2 2 2..- 2 3'= 1 +1 -.9' 3. 92E '- /+-32 1 +1 -.9' 3. '1:23B 93 :1= .3'1 .-B +:(- ,.1 1.., .1 3' .3'12E 2 2..- 2 3' /+-32 (- 3. .+3 N2- 9/ 2 23+*2OB '1:23 ++ 3'3 1,(- .1 3'= 1 2/.(+E 2 # %! % 2 1 (+= ..+J;3'1 /+-32B (-3.+1-3 . '.3 ;3'1E 2B +(* .-(.-2 - 1(2' /.33.2B ,923 /+-3 2 1+= (- 3' 22.- 2 /.22(+ J /1(- 1-12 929++= G1.; 9/H /13 . 3' We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 29
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 30
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 31
  43. 43. # % 69 (2 ..+J;3'1 1./ 3'3 - 1.;- (- 2/1(- .1 ++E .3 ;3'1 922 (3 3. ., (61 - 3. :+./ 3++ 2 23+*E . */ 3' /+-32 1.;(-B ;31 3', 2 -B .93 X (-' . ;J 31 /1 ;*E .-31.+ ;2 ;'(+ 3' /+-32 1 2,++ = 1 9+ '.(- .1 /9++(-E 1 9+C +69 /+-32 1 2'++.;+= 1..3 - 2(+= 9/1..3E 1:23 + +69 = 2-(//(- .! 3' .931 +:2 2 2..- 2 3'= 1 +1 -.9' .1 =.91 92E '- /+-32 1 +1 -.9'B '1:23 :1= .3'1 .-B +:(- ,.1 1.., .1 3' .3'12E 1:23 'B (B - 1.,(- +69 ;'- 3' '2 1 9++ 2(E /1.+, ;(3' +69 /(* (- '.3 ;3'1 (2 3'3 (3 ;(++ (61E 2' (3 - 23.1 (3 (- 3' 1 1(13.1 .1 .9/+ . =2B - (3 ;(++ +.2 3' (61-22E -(.- # %! % +-3 .-(.-2 (- 9++ 29- N_ 3. XW '.912 ;(++ 29#O (- ;++J/1/1B ;++J 1(- 2.(+E !- %! % +.; 3' 2.(+ ..3 / - 3 1( . 1(2E 2 /12(4 -,3.2 3. /1:-3 ,.32 - 93J ;.1,2 1., 231.=(- 3' 1./E +-3 3' 22 .9/+ -4,312 / - 2:1+ (-'2 /13E 3'(2 1 109-3+= 93 -3+= - /1.:( 3', ;(3' .93 - (-' . ;31 :1= ;*E '- 3'= 1 .93 [ (-'2 3++B =.9 - 3'(- 3', .93 3. X (-' /13 .1 1- .-(.-2 - Z (-'2 /13 .1 1= .-(.-2E # % -(.-2 1 2'++.;+= 1..3B 2. 1 9+ 2 =.9 '. .1 /9++ ;2E 1= 3. 3 2 ,9' 3./ 1.;3' 2 /.22(+ = 3' 123 = . 29,,1E 9+2 (- 3. .1, ;'- 3' =2 1' .93 X '.912 (- +-3'B - 3' 2( . 3' 1= .-(.-2 (2 31,(- = 3' 2( . 3' 3./2E //+= X (-' . ;31 ' ;* ( 3' ;3'1 (2 1=E We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 32
  44. 44. 1:23 1- .-(.-2 ;'- 3' 23,2 1 /-(+J2(E 9++ -= 1= .-(.-2 3'3 .1, $.;1 23+*2B - 92 3', (,,(3+= 92 3'= ;(++ -.3 23.1 ;++ 2 1= .-(.-2E '- 3' 3./2 (- 3. =++.; - ++ .:1B /9++ 3', 3. .- 2( ;(3' 3' * . 1*E 9++ 3' 1= .-(.-2 ;'- ++ 3' 3./2 ': .- .;-B /1 1+= (- 3' ,.1-(- 91(- 1= ;3'1E 3 3', 1= 3'1 (- 3' 1- ;'1 =.9 /9++ 3', 9-4+ %1-..-B 3'- .++3 3', - 2/1 3', .- 21-2 .1 2+32 2. 3'3 3'= - 91 .1 Y 3. Z ;*2E %1 3'= 1 91B *-.* .! 2 ,9' 2.(+ 2 /.22(+B - 93 3' 1= 3./2 3. .93 XXIY (-'2 +.-E . -.3 /+ 3' 9+2B - . -.3 ;2' 3',E 2 , .-(.-2 (,,(3+=E 3.1 3' .-(.-2 (- ,2' 2 .1 ;(1 2*32 (- 1=B ..+ /+B - 3'= ;(++ +23 ++ ;(-31E -2 # %! % +.4.- ;(3' 3 +23 ] '.912 . 29-+('3 = - ;++J1(- 2.(+ ;(++ /1.9 '+3'= -2 .1 =.9E (:(- 3', 9++J29- +.4.- N_ 3. XW '.912 ;(++ 29#O ;(++ ,* 3', :- '//(1E !- %! % .; 22 . 92' -2 Y 3. Z (-'2 /13B - .:1 3', ;(3' X (-' . 2.(+E .; 22 . /.+ -2 ] (-'2 /13 (- 1.;2 +.- - .1 31++(2B .1 2.; 3', (- '(++2 . ] 22 1.9- /.+2 23 Z 3 /13C 3'- .:1 3' 22 ;(3' X (-' . 2.(+E # % -2 109(1 +(6+ 1 /3 19+1 ;(- - 093 ;31 ( 3' ;3'1 (2 1=E ' /+-32 - .93 X (-' . ;31 /1 ;*E .+ -2 1 ,9' 2(1 3. '1:23 3'- 92' -2 92 3'= 1 9/ (- 3' (1 - -. -(- .:1 (2 (-:.+:E 1:23 2-/ -2 ;'- 3' /.2 1 1, - 9++= +.-3B 93 .1 3' 22 (- 3. 2;++E (* -2 19+1+= 3. */ 3' /+-32 /1.9(-E /3 3. + 3. '1:23 92' We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 33
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 34
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 35
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e l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 36
  48. 48. Appendix A Contacts Social Justice Committee Jesse Clark Mike Cutno Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology School of City And Regional Planning School of City And Regional Planning 404.556.7544 504.352.1816 JesseClark@gatech.edu MikeCutno@gmail.com Erin Rosintoski Andrea Spagnuolo Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology School of City And Regional Planning School of City And Regional Planning erosintoski@gatech.edu aespagnuolo@gmail.com Garden Support Professionals Fred Conrad Bobby Wilson Community Garden Coordinator County Extension Agent Atlanta Community Food Bank Fulton County - South Office Ph: 678.553.5932 Email: bobbyw@uga.edu fred.conrad@acfb.org Phone: 404-762-4077 www.ACFB.org Fax: 404-762-3117 Stephen Causby Eva Bradley English Avenue Garden Manager Program/Outreach Coordinator Ph: 404.520.1968 Park Pride swcausby@gmail.com Ph: 404.546.7981 eva@parkpride.org www.parkpride.org We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 37
  49. 49. Appendix B Sample Bylaws Some may be more relevant to vegetable gardens than to community flower gardens or parks. Pick and choose what best fits your situation. I will pay a fee of $___ to help cover garden expenses. I will have something planted in the garden by (date) and keep it planted all summer long. If I must abandon my plot for any reason, I will notify the garden leadership. I will keep weeds at a minimum and maintain the areas immediately surrounding my plot if any. If my plot becomes unkempt, I understand I will be given 1 week's notice to clean it up. At that time, it will be re-assigned or tilled in. I will keep trash and litter out of the plot, as well as from adjacent pathways and fences. I will participate in the fall cleanup of the garden. I will plant tall crops where they will not shade neighboring plots. I will pick only my own crops unless given permission by another plot user. I will not use fertilizers, insecticides or weed repellents that will in any way affect other plots. I agree to volunteer hours toward community gardening efforts.(include a list of volunteer tasks which your garden needs). I will not bring pets to the garden. I understand that neither the garden group nor owners of the land are responsible for my actions. I THEREFORE AGREE TO HOLD HARMLESS THE GARDEN GROUP AND OWNERS OF THE LAND FOR ANY LIABILITY, DAMAGE, LOSS OR CLAIM THAT OCCURS IN CONNECTION WITH USE OF THE GARDEN BY ME OR ANY OF MY GUESTS. We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 38
  50. 50. Appendix C Sample Application Form Name(s) Address Zip Telephone number: Days Evenings Site Preference: 1. 2. 3. 4. Size of plot. (list choices available) Season: Year round (must be maintained all year) Short season (include dates) Check the appropriate items: I am a senior citizen I am physically disabled This is my first year at this garden I would like a garden next to a friend, Name I have gardened here before and would like plot #___ if available I have gardened before at (where?); for how long? We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 39
  51. 51. Appendix D Sample Budget LINE ITEM 1ST YEAR 2ND YEAR 3RD YEAR Revenue/Income Plot Fees Grants Fundraiser Donations Balance from previous Total Income Expenses/Costs Water hydrant Water bill Hoses Shed Tools Compost Mulch Lease Liability Insurance Tilling Raised beds Seeds Transplants Printing Garden sign Fencing Bulletin board Total Expenses NET INCOME (Income – Expenses) We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 40
  52. 52. Appendix E Funding Sources Funds Available for Gardens FUNDRAISING WEBSITE What: DonorsChoose.org Who May Apply: Public school teachers post classroom project requests and interested individuals sign on as spon- sors. Amount: Sponsor may give any amount to a project. Deadline: Ongoing Contact: http://www.donorschoose.org JUNE 2010 DEADLINE For: National What: Garden Crusader Awards from Gardener‘s Supply Who May Apply: Individuals improving their communities through gardening Amount: 21 Cash and gift certificate awards Deadline: June 1st annual deadline Contact: http://www.gardeners.com/Garden-Crusader-Awards SEPTEMBER 2010 DEADLINE For: National What: Hooked on Hydroponics sponsored by The Grow Store and the Progressive Gardening Trade Association Who May Apply: School garden programs Amount: 36 Hydroponic systems valued up to $1,100 Deadline: Annual deadline Sept. 18th Contact: http://www.kidsgardening.com/grants/HOH.asp OCTOBER 2010 DEADLINE For: National What: Healthy Sprout Awards Who May Apply: School and Youth garden programs Amount: 20 gift certificates to Garden Supply (Five for $500 and 15 for $200) Deadline: October 15th annual deadline Contact: Details, criteria and applications at http://gardeners.com/Crusader/Awards We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 41
  53. 53. OPEN DEADLINES For: International What: Ambassadors of Caring Awards from Profiles in Caring Who May Apply: Small community-based nonprofit organizations Amount: $10,000 (appear on TV) Deadline: Open Contact: Profiles in Caring 1959 South 4130 West, Unit I, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104; (801) 972-9472 Email: contact@profilesincaring.org; Web: http://www.profilesincaring.com/ambassadors.asp For: Open-International What: Groups that provide services to disadvantaged persons and work for meeting basic human needs. Who may apply: NGO groups Amount: $25-50,000 Deadline: Open Contact: PWF, 1200 U Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009, 202-965-1800, 202-266-8851 fax, http://www.publicwelfare.org For: National What: America the Beautiful Fund Who May Apply: Non-profit groups receive seed donations from major seed companies Amount: Sets of 50 packets of vegetables, flowers and herbs are available for the cost of postage/handling. Deadline: Ongoing Contact: http://www.america-the-beautiful.org/free_seeds/index.php For: National What: Pepsi Refresh Project grants Who May Apply: Any citizen or group with an idea that has a positive impact on society Amount: $5,000 to $250,000 Deadline: Ongoing Contact: http://refresheverything.com For: National What: Lowe‘s Charitable and Educational Foundation Who May Apply: Funding to 501(c) (3) tax-exempt nonprofit organizations and public agencies in communities where Lowe‘s operates stores and distribution centers. Amount: $5,000 to $25,000 grants Deadline: One grant can be submitted per year with no deadline Contact: Visit Lowe‘s stores for an application or visit http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=frameSeturl=apps.bridgetree.com/funding/default.asp For: National We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 42
  54. 54. What: Youth Garden Grants Program/ National Gardening Association and Home Depot Who May Apply: Schools and community organizations with child-centered garden programs. Amount: $500 to $1,000 Deadline: Ongoing Contact: http://www.kidsgardening.com/ygg.asp For: National What: America the Beautiful Fund Who May Apply: Community Groups Amount: 100 to 1,000 Free Seed Packets Deadline: Ongoing Contact: http://www.america-the-beautiful.org/free_seeds/free_seeds_flyer_08.pdf For: National What: Environmental Education and Seed Money Benefit Communities where they operate Who May Apply: 501(c)(3) organizations Amount: Not given Deadline: Open Contact: IPC 400 Atlantic Street, Stamford, Conn. 06921; (203) 541-8678; fax (203) 541-8309 http://www.internationalpaper.com/Our%20Company/IP%20Giving/A_IP%20Foundation/Application_Guideline s.html For: National What: Donations of products Who may apply: 501(c)(3) organizations Amount: Computers, software, office supplies, clothing and personal care products Deadline: Open Contact: GIKI, 333 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314; (703)836-2121; fx (703)549-1481; Email: mailto:feedback@giftsinkind.org Web: http://www.giftsinkind.org For: National What: Improve quality of life children/families Who May Apply: Nonprofit organizations Amount: not given Deadline: Open Contact: Knight Foundation Wachovia Financial Center, Suite 3300, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla. 33131; (305) 908-2600 http://www.knightfdn.org For: National What: Grass-roots organizations; Hunger relief Who May Apply: 501(c)(3) organizations Amount: Up to $50,000 We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 43
  55. 55. Deadline: Open Contact: Janet Ausdenmoore, KCF 1014 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; (513) 762-4999, ext. 3; fax (513) 762-1295 http://www.kroger.com/corpnewsinfo_charitablegiving_art3.htm For: National What: Strengthen non-profit environmental organizations in areas of fund raising, organizational development and planning. Who may apply: regional, statewide, or local nonprofit organizations serving low-income or minority constituencies with environmental issues as significant part of organization‘s agenda Amount: No amount shown Deadline: Open Contact: ESC, 1500 Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Suite 25, Washington, D.C. 20005; (202) 331-9700; fax (202) 331-8592; Email: general@envsc.org Web: http://www.envsc.org For: National What: Do Something grants are funds to promote youth activism. Do Something is a national nonprofit organization that inspires young people to believe that change is possible, and trains, funds, and mobilizes them to be leaders who measurably strengthen their communities. Who May Apply: Available to U.S. and Canadian citizens, age 25 or under, who want to create a community action project, or further the success of an existing program. Amount: One grant of $500 will be awarded each month. Deadline: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and stay active for consideration for two months after submis- sion. Contact: Visit the Do Something website to create a project posting and submit an online application: http://www.dosomething.org/grants For: National/Central and Eastern Europe, Russia or South Africa What: Grants for civil society, environment, poverty and projects local to Flint Mich. Who May Apply: 501(c)(3) organizations; International only from above countries with equivalent tax exempt status Amount: $15,000 to $250,000 Deadline: Open - September 1 to December 31 will be considered for next calendar year Contact: CSMF, Mott Foundation Building, 503 South Saginaw Street, Suite 1200, Flint, Mich. 48502 (810)238-5651; fax (810)766-1753; Email: info@mott.org Web: http://www.mott.org/grantseeker.aspx For: Arkansas, Nevada, Oklahoma What: Organizations that need resources for a capital project Who may apply: 501©3 located or operate in above states Amount: $50,000 Deadline: Open Contact: Reynolds Foundation, 1701 Village Center Circle, Las Vegas, NV 89134; 702-804-6000; http://www.dwreynolds.org We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 44
  56. 56. For: California What: Projects protecting preserving ecosystems, plants, natural landscapes, wildlands and wildlife Who May Apply: 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) w/budgets $100,000 or less Amount: $5,000 Deadline: Open Contact: CWGF, The Presidio, P.O. Box 29903, San Francisco, CA 94129-0903; (415)561-6400; fax (415)561-6401; Email: info@calwildlandsfund.org Web: http://www.calwildlandsfund.org For: California, Florida, North Carolina What: Grants for civic affairs, youth, education, social services Who May Apply: 501(c)3 organizations in above states Amount: $5,000 to $50,000 Deadline: Open - no deadline Contact: Dunsbaugh-Dalton Foundation, 1533 Sunset Dr., Suite 150, Coral Gables, FL 33143, 305-668-4192, 305-668- 4247 fax For: Georgia What: Grants for promoting healthy lifestyles among youth Who may apply: neighborhood groups, nonprofit organizations in Atlanta metropolitan area Amount: $500 TO $3,000 Deadline: Open Contact: Shawn Finnell, CFGA, 50 Hurt Plaza, Suite 449, Atlanta, GA 30303, 404 688-5525, fax 404 688-3060, Email: sfinnell@atlcf.org Web: http://www.atlcf.org/GrantsScholarships/Grants/Resource-Center.aspx We l c h S t r e e t C o m m u n i t y G a r d e n R e p o r t S o c i a l J u s t i c e C o m m i t t e e a t t h e S c h o o l o f C i t y A n d R e g i o n a l P l a n n i n g a t G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y 45
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