Abstract

Herb Arron works with the Africa Community Village Garden. He discusses the importance of having a garden and green space in communities to provide a local access to nature. The garden is a vegetable garden and the produce is distributed to the community and he hopes that any excess could be sold at farmer’s markets around town. Herb also discusses the hopes of partnering with one of the local schools to allow the students to have a hands on experience with gardening. He also mentions that the garden has recently been re-named the Edwin West Garden in honor of one of the member’s who passed away suddenly.

Creator

Arron, Herb (interviewee)

Creator

Fort, Mark (interviewer)

Project

Re-Imagining Cleveland

Date

5-5-2010

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

41 minutes

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