The P-Patch honors the father of the University District Street Fair. This is a community garden project that promotes urban gardening of vegetables in what was formerly a vacant lot. All types of people collaborated on this project, including local artists, business owners, street kids, city departments, a herd of goats, and pedestrians. The P-Patch will be called “Shiga’s Garden” in honor of the community fair’s founder who always strove for peaceful relations during tumultuous times.
In Seattle, these community P-Patch gardens are common and are meant to serve low-income, immigrant, and youth populations with a strong environmental emphasis. All the residents get the added benefit of extremely fresh produce!
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