Neighborhood pride grows with Lafayette’s public gardens

  // Saturday, 16 August 2014 17:14 //
Advocate staff photo by BRAD BOWIE -- The Homeowners Community Garden is almost completed on Wednesday afternoon in the Mccomb-Veazey neighborhood. The wheelchair accessible garden was one of ten recipients of a $5000 Project Orange Thumb grant from the Fiskars company.
Seth Dickerson| Special to The Advocate

LAFAYETTE — Tucked off to the side of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church is a fledgling community garden that will soon be home to a bountiful harvest of community-grown vegetables for the McComb-Veazey neighborhood.

It will join another garden that took shape in the nearby Freetown-Port Rico neighborhood, both done as part of a Lafayette Consolidated Government program to foster public gardens where neighborhood residents can grow their own food.

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