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In the garden is established a professional organisation which helps people with difficulties living in the neighbourhood.
Organic products are cultivated in this garden in Digne where children come for pedagogical activities and gardeners meet and cultivate together every 2 months…
Organic products are cultivated in this garden in Digne where a training module is organised about organic gardening for the members and also for the public…
In the garden are cultivated vegetables, fruits, flowers, aromatic plants, a parcel of wild plants and edible plants and a bio hedge.
Individual and collective gardening according to the principles of organic gardening.
The association aims to develop practices of solidarity from a community garden;
It implements a set of actions aimed at strengthening solidarity, citizenship, the fight against exclusion and environmental protection.
La Ciotat (13600)
Initially it was a garden for environmental education, with law particular attention to person with special needs. The organisation developed as well an “inclusion by economical activity” workshop for people in trouble with work.
La Rocque d’Anthéron (13640)
The garden is a project of the workgroup “collectif environment”.
The group has no legal status but brings together the social center, the city of Marseille, the social landlord, & the different non-profit organisations active in the residence.
The garden is managed by the municipal sector which provides plots of 60m2 for local associations with whom she spends target agreements.
The school asked Amieu to create an educational garden in the school.
This educational garden began in March 2010.
The garden is open, and gardeners often meet on Saturdays for group work; not yet other structured activities or events in this young garden.
The garden is one of the projects of the organisation Accueil et Rencontres.
The organisation has different activities on a land rented to the protestant parish.
The Tuileries Garden is the first garden created in partnership with the social landlord.
The idea of this garden was born thanks to the “Régie de Quartier” (public authority of the district), which wanted to redevelop an abandoned field near buildings, that had become a dump
Initiated by an inhabitant of the area the organisation started by developing a youth exchange with Germany and started the garden in 2008 as a way to participate the development of the area by a collective and participative activity.
Following the creation of community garden “Habiter la Cité”(Néréides and Bosquet districts), the social landlord “13 Habitat” wished to renew the adventure in another district of its area
This garden allows users to share friendly moments: “Garden sale” (like a car boot sale but for gardens!) are held each year at the initiative of the “District Committee”. All gardeners of the district are invited to exchange and / or sell their seeds and plants.
The objectives of this garden are: Food production, Social dialogue, Environment, Transformation