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    Programs that provide plots of land on which groups of people living in a neighborhood can grow fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. Community gardens provide access to fresh produce and plants; may be located in parks, schools, hospital grounds or other open areas; and may be nurtured communally and the bounty shared, have individual plots for personal use, or be dedicated to "urban agriculture" where produce is grown for a market. Some have raised beds that are accessible to people with disabilities. The gardens provide an opportunity for participants to savor the freshness, flavor and wholesomeness of home-grown produce; save money on their food bills; grow traditional foods not available in the supermarket; or simply get some exercise and enjoy the benefits of being outdoors. They also support a community's food security, contribute to the preservation of open space, strengthen community bonds, provide a sense of connection to the environment and offer opportunities for community education.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Bayfront East Side Taskforce (BEST) - Neighborhood Building ActivitiesOffers numerous events to build the community and allow neighbors to meet one another such as community gardens, outdoor movie nights and participate in National Night Out which features live music and a large picnic for all neighbors. ErieBayfront East Side Taskforce (BEST)Bayfront East Side Taskforce (BEST)
    Community Gardens ProgramEnjoy the bounties of your harvest! Rent a plot at the community gardens off Elmerton Avenue. Each 30'x30' plot is tilled and ready for planting. Each gardener will receive several packets of assorted vegetable seeds. A limited number of special 10'x10' plots have been set aside for children ages 12 & under. Pre-registration is required and must be made in person. DauphinDauphin County Parks & Recreation DepartmentDauphin County Parks & Recreation Department
    Food Pantry and Clothing RoomThe Northeast Neighborhood Association (or NENA) operates a Resource Center open on Monday's and Wednesday's from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on a walk-in basis. Income eligible families can receive free: -food -clothing -diapers -household items as available -personal care items as available -referrals for other needed services The Northeast Neighborhood Association also: -manages a community garden -sponsors community events -provides opportunities for completing community service requirements -partners with other groups and organizations on additional programs -serves as advocate, educator and liaison for neighborhood families.YorkNENA Resource CenterNortheast Neighborhood Association, Inc.
    Gardening & Master Gardener ProgramEducational information and literature on gardening and related topics and Master gardener program.DauphinPenn State Cooperative Extension- Dauphin CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - South Central
    Grow PittsburghTeaches people how to grow food and promote the benefits gardens bring to neighborhoods.AlleghenyGrow PittsburghGrow Pittsburgh
    Master GardenerMaster Gardeners are volunteers trained by Penn State Cooperative Extension. Once they complete their training, Master Gardeners help Extension better serve the home gardening public by answering questions, speaking to groups, working with 4-H horticultural projects, participating in civic beautification, maintaining demonstration gardens, teaching plant sciences and horticulture, maintaining this web site, and in many other ways.ColumbiaPenn State Cooperative Extension - Columbia CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - Columbia County
    Sisters of Saint Joseph (SSJ) Neighborhood NetworkProvides opportunities for personal growth and neighborhood revitalization. Some of the offerings include individualized and small group programming for youth and adults, Pedal Mettle earn-a-bike program, help with diapers, a weekly soup kitchen, crime reduction efforts, neighborhood watch, referrals, housing improvement programs, community gardens, farmers market, mural art, streetscape improvements.ErieSisters of Saint Joseph (SSJ) Neighborhood NetworkSisters of Saint Joseph (SSJ) Neighborhood Network
    Summer Food Services ProgramSummer Food Service Program shall teach, and reinforce the values of buying, preparing & eating freshly harvested nutritional foods. It shall also insure that any child who qualifies for free & reduced meals during the school calendar year shall continue to receive (fresh, nutritional) foods during the Summer Months.FranklinBuilding Our Pride in Chambersburg, Inc.Building Our Pride In Chambersburg, Inc.
    United Way of Blair County Family Resource Center: Stuff the Bus ProgramProvides school supplies to children in need, grades pre-school through 12th.BlairUnited Way of Blair CountyUnited Way of Blair County
    Urban Erie Community Development Corporation (UECDC) - Urban FarmingProvides a community garden that is maintained by the English as a Second Language (ESL) students who harvest fresh food and take it home to family members. ErieUrban Erie Community Development Corporation (UECDC)Urban Erie Community Development Corporation

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