Filbert St. Garden

 

The Filbert Street Garden is an example and learning space for the community in how to use art and community input to create positive change. Inside it’s one acre boundaries it has community garden plots, school garden plots, non-profit managed plots for fresh produce community distribution, honey bee hives, solar panels, an outdoor classroom, two green (living) roves, multiple public art structures, a 12’ x 30’ Hoop House (scheduled to be finished August 15 2016) and a three container compost bin capable of processing 250 pounds of food waste per week.  Each feature is a visual representation of urban agriculture, green infrasturute and open space development.  It’s educational capacity is designed for general education and open space development education, with construction plans, cost estimates, and professional assistance  publically available for community members interested in undergoing any kind of positive open transformation process.