Vacant Land 215

An urban garden with raised beds.

Want to learn more about community gardening and farming on vacant land in Philadelphia? Our Garden Justice Legal Initiative and Soil Generation invite you to come discuss legal land access and preservation for gardens, farms, and other community-managed open spaces. This FREE program on October 1 at the Spring Gardens is open to everyone, including current gardeners looking to maintain community spaces and also new gardeners looking to create space.

Representatives from the Philadelphia Land Bank, Neighborhood Gardens Trust, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and the Philadelphia Water Department will also be available during this event to discuss options and answer questions. Refreshments will be provided! To make this program useful for you, bring property addresses and all your questions. To look up more information about a lot you are interested in and browse other resources, check out Grounded in Philly.

This Vacant Land 215 session will take place at the Spring Gardens, a community garden used by 180 families in the Spring Garden neighborhood founded on a formerly abandoned lot in 1995.

Date: Tuesday. October 1 , 2019

Place: The Spring Gardens, 1822 North Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Time: 5:30-7 p.m. There will be 45 minutes of brief presentations from participating organizations followed by 45 minutes for questions at tables.

Cost: Free

Download a flyer for this event.

For more information contact William Burstein at wburstein@pubintlaw.org