Heritage Place is excited to announce we received a grant from the Butler Tarkington Neighborhood Community Grant Initiative to replace the two deteriorating super raised beds at SHarP Garden.
We hope to have them replaced in time to do some fall, cool weather planting. A big thanks to our neighbors!
SHarP Community Garden, which stands for Shared Harvest Project, not only beautifies the neighborhood, it helps address a local food insecurity need by providing produce to the Boulevard Place Food Pantry located in the Butler Tarkington neighborhood.
Heritage Place is in its sixth year of growing at SHarP Community Garden. Heritage Place and SHarP Garden have formalized their relationship in a collaborative effort through a Memorandum of Understanding that will allow greater community engagement for Heritage Place members. It will provide increased activities in the garden, education opportunities about sustainable gardening practices, and promotion of healthy eating and well-being.
If you like to get your hands dirty and are interested in helping out at the garden contact Ann Homrighous at (317) 283-6662 or email@example.com.
If you would like to make a donation to the SHarP Community Garden click on the DONATE tab on the home page.