Waverly Garden Project

644 Parkwyrth Ave
Baltimore
MD 21211

Waverly Garden Project

Community GardenCleaned-Up/Rebuilt Site

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The Waverly Garden Project, founded in 1998 at 644 Parkwyrth Avenue, includes vegetable plots, lawn, and decorative trees. It was started by residents after the City demolished a crime-ridden house, leaving behind much debris.

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The Waverly Garden Project produces an average of 1,000. pounds of produce each season that is distributed and shared with Waverly neighbors. It has served as a treasured neighborhood green sanctuary for 17 years providing community meeting and celebration space as well as a vital resource for locally grown organic fruits and vegetables. The Waverly Garden Project is recognized by neighbors for it's fall pumpkins and summer cantaloupes especially.

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The Waverly Garden Project produces an average of 1,000. pounds of produce each season that is distributed and shared with Waverly neighbors. It has served as a treasured neighborhood green sanctuary for 17 years providing community meeting and celebration space as well as a vital resource for locally grown organic fruits and vegetables. The Waverly Garden Project is recognized by neighbors for it's fall pumpkins and summer cantaloupes especially.

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