Seattle Department of Neighborhoods grows “bumper crop” of new P-Patch community gardens

The 2008 Parks and Green Spaces Levy set aside $2 million for development of four or more community gardens on City-owned property.  Not only have 4 projects been completed, but there are 11 additional projects underway.  This success is due to the P-Patch Program’s focus on engaging neighbors, collaborating with other City departments, and leveraging partnerships with community organizations. Together, these 15 gardens are adding space for 225 new households to garden.  Click here to read more.