Greenwood Park wins funding for community garden

by | Aug 4, 2010

A project in Greenwood will receive a big financial boost from the city’s Department of Neighborhoods Matching Fund. The City Council has approved $1.24 million in awards to support neighborhood projects across Seattle. The funding matches privately raised money, donated materials, and volunteer labor.
Vision Greenwood Park won $60,000 to build a community garden in an undeveloped portion of Greenwood Park. The garden will be designed to fit into the existing park and be accessible for all ages.

You can see a full list of this year’s winners here.

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