Cleveland Botanical Garden is committed to helping its surrounding community and the larger Great Lakes region through urban greening initiatives that stabilize neighborhoods and improve quality of life. Thanks to generous grant funding, the Garden’s Applied Research Program leads a multi-city initiative to identify best practices for transforming vacant urban properties into productive green infrastructure that ultimately preserves the quality of our Great Lakes.

This Vacant to Vibrant blog highlights the latest news in those efforts from Cleveland, Gary, IN, Buffalo, NY, and elsewhere. For more information, please contact Sandra Albro, Director of Research, salbro@cbgarden.org, 216-707-2860.


 

 

Site Selection Criteria for Vacant to Vibrant

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Learn details about how sites are chosen for participation in the Vacant to Vibrant program.

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