Abstract

Christina Keegan grew up in Illinois but moved to Cleveland to attend Cleveland State University’s Urban Studies program. She is working to establish a phytoremediation garden in the Tremont neighborhood with the hopes that the garden will encourage a sense of community among neighbors while removing lead contamination from the soil. She discusses the Cleveland Towpath Trail and it’s possible impact on the garden and the city.

Creator

Keegan, Christina (interviewee)

Creator

Burgy, Justin (interviewer)

Project

Re-Imagining Cleveland

Date

4-28-2010

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

58 minutes

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