Help Build Iron Street Farm on Chicago's Southside

by Growing Power - Chicago
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Nov 24, 2010

1st hoop greenhouse built at Iron Street!

Finally! Our first hoop green house has been built at Iron Street Urban Farm!

Our youth and staff spent over 6 hours over two days constructing this hoop house that will be able to grow spinach and other winter green in even the coldest of months.  Check out the pictures of all their hard work!

Keep on speading the word about Iron Street Urban Farm. With your help we will be able to build even more growing systems to provide fresh and healthy produce to Chicago communities that need it most...all year round!

Comments:
  • Brian
    Brian Wow! Is that right on top of concrete? I want to see how all this progresses!
    • 6 years ago
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Growing Power - Chicago

Location: Chicago, IL - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.growingpower.org
Project Leader:
Erika Allen
Chicago, IL United States

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