Virtual Event: Learn about Community Gardening and Farming on Vacant Land in Philly – Apr 21
Posted by The Public Interest Law Center on April 19, 2022
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.
The program will feature presentations from the Garden Justice Legal Initiative, the Philadelphia Land Bank, and Neighborhood Gardens Trust. Following this presentation, participants will be able to ask questions of panelists.
Date and Time: Thursday, April 21, 2022, 12:00-1:30 PM
Philadelphia has tens of thousands of vacant parcels. For decades, many communities have tried to put these spaces back into productive use by growing gardens or farms or establishing open, community spaces. But too often gardeners, farmers and community members face challenges trying to gain legal access to new spaces or secure the legal protections they need to maintain their spaces. So, we created a comprehensive self guide for gardeners looking to maintain or create community spaces on vacant land. Through this guide, our community trainings, and www.GroundedInPhilly.org, we are helping community members self advocate to secure access to vacant land.
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