Catch up on all our musings on the benefits of community green spaces
No matter where in the city you live, every individual should have access to green spaces that is public, safe, and welcoming. Considering that the percentage of people living in cities worldwide continues to grow and is estimated to double by 2050, national or local governments have a duty: to ensure that every individual has access to green space and assure its preservation and maintenance.
Community gardens are semi-public spaces shared by a community of neighbors and other people where they collectively participate in growing fruits, vegetables, or flowers, sharing labor and harvest. It's great to get involved in these sustainable projects as they're equally beneficial for you, the community, and the environment
Barbara's Market is a community initiative aimed at tackling food insecurity by providing fresh and affordable produce to underserved communities. This market is a product of Stein Learning Gardens, a non-profit organization that operates community gardens and farms across the country. In this blog post, we'll explore the importance of fresh produce in hunger relief and how community gardens like Stein Learning Gardens can make a difference in the fight against food insecurity.