Photo-Journal Entry #2

The Timuel D. Black Diversity Garden took great leaps forward last week!  Please take a look at the new pictures and stop by to see the work we’ve done.

 

CKP Director Bart Schultz stands by the 5710 garden, with new containers generously donated by Smith & Hawken.

CKP Director Bart Schultz stands by the 5710 garden, with new containers generously donated by Smith & Hawken - Lincoln Park.

 

5710 garden - the Smith & Hawken containers are the graceful outer ring.

5710 garden - the Smith & Hawken containers are the graceful outer ring.

 

The garden now has even more containers, kindly donated by Jayson's Home and Garden, in Lincoln Park.  The newest containers are visible to the far left.

The garden now has even more containers, kindly donated by Jayson's Home and Garden, in Lincoln Park. The newest containers are visible to the far left - they are the shorter ones in the outer ring.

As you can see, thanks to generous donations from our sponsors, the garden continues to grow!  Feel free to stop by 5710 S. Woodlawn and take a look at the CKP’s Timuel D. Black Diversity Garden.

One Response to “Photo-Journal Entry #2”

  1. on 07 Jul 2009 at 11:22 pm Willy

    Hey Cecilia,

    Been reading this blog and put up a post about urban ag and y’alls project!

    http://gci-uchicago.blogspot.com/2009/07/urban-ag.html

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