Forever Flowers, Herbs, and More, Reimagining a More Sustainable Cleveland Project

8806 Blaine Ave
OH 44106

Forever Flowers, Herbs, and More, Reimagining a More Sustainable Cleveland Project

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Head: Forever Flowers, Herbs, and More

Partners: Lift As We Climb

Project description and goals

A flower and herb garden is proposed. The flowers—after initial blossoming—will be multiplied, providing for landscaping resources to be used throughout the neighborhood. The herbs will be used for both culinary and healing purposes, with the goal of both bodily and spiritual health. Supplementing the plantings will be the development of a place of tranquility, offering access to the community members an oasis in the middle of the inner-city. Given that the project leader is a Master Gardener, educational opportunities for the remaining group members will be an additional goal as well.

About ReImagining a More Sustainable Cleveland:
Re-Imagining Greater Cleveland is a pragmatic, data driven strategy for the management and reuse of vacant properties in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. The initiative builds on the work began in the 2007 Re-Imagining a More Sustainable Cleveland study, which was led by nonprofit community development organization Neighborhood Progress, Inc. (NPI) and Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative.

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