Can we use a cluster of affordable general stores to promote healthy food access? This project seeks to turn a food desert into an urban oasis through partnerships, marketing and education.
The Articulture project is an effort to enliven the spaces of community awareness and involvement by using art to contribute to the unique character and cultural identity of the city.
The Indy Redbud Project is a community identity + environment proposal that will over time help to unify the Mapleton Fall Creek neighborhood and help restore the urban tree canopy.
The Stone Soup Kitchen will teach people in the inner city about food, nutrition and home economics through events, demonstrations and hands-on workshops.
The St Nicholas Garden is a new kind of urban community garden with a strong public presence on a well-trafficked corridor in Central Harlem.
The Delaware Project is the preservation of a long-vacant Fannie Mae foreclosure home in the Historic Meridian Park neighborhood (National Register of Historic Places).
The Park Garden is a new permaculture demonstration garden and open space with fruit trees, bushes and vines at 30th and Park Avenue in Mapleton Fall Creek's 20/21 LEED ND Community.
Many homes in the Fall Creek Watershed are prone to stormwater issues. The Indy Rain Gardens project will be a demonstration of on-site stormwater management.
The Stone Soup Garden is a collaborative project with Fall Creek Gardens at 30th and Central Avenue to support their comprehensive urban gardening programs.
Just one example of what one can do with a vacant lot, the Leslie Allen Urban Apiary will produce honey, other bee products and lavender while providing pollinators and open space.