Want to Start a Community Garden in Cleveland?

Summer Sprout is Cleveland’s Community Gardening Program. There are currently 175 active gardens in the program. Gardeners are able to grow nutritious food in their neighborhoods, at their churches, or places of work. If you know of a potential new garden site, or belong to an existing garden that is not currently enrolled in Summer Sprout, feel free to contact Jim Thompson at OSU Extension for more information and an application.

 Grow Nutritous Food in your Neighborhood

Be Active in your Community

Put a Vacant Lot to Good Use

Get Excercise and Fresh Air

The Summer Sprout Program is supported by the City of Cleveland Department of Community Development and managed by Ohio State University Extension, Cuyahoga County. City of Cleveland residents and stakeholders are eligible to apply for the Sum-mer Sprout Program. Only garden sites in the City of Cleveland who fill out complete applications will be considered.

If you are interested in applying, download the application here:

http://cuyahoga.osu.edu/top-stories/summer-sprout-is-currently-accepting-applications-for-new-garden-sites-for-2013

 

Or contact Jim Thompson at OSU Extension:

Phone: 216.429.8200 x 246 Email: Thompson.1608@osu.edu

Applications for the 2013 season are due September 28, 2012.

 

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