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Frazer Community Garden

Community garden

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The Rose City Park Neighborhood Association (RCPNA) plans to incorporate and demonstrate the following sustainable design practices in the garden: a native bio-swale, water harvesting, edible perennial shrubs, and pollinator plants.


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Size in acres

0.23

Year acquired

2011

History

In 2009, the Rose City Park Neighborhood Association (RCPNA) identified Frazer Park as a location to build a community garden. In 2011, Portland Community Gardens Program, Friends of Portland Community Gardens, RCPNA, and Depave worked together to remove asphalt and start construction of the new garden. A grant, submitted by the Friends of Portland Community Gardens, included the following partners: Portland Community Gardens Program, Friends of Portland Community Gardens, Depave, RCPNA, Albina, Head Start, and the Oregon Department of Agriculture. Funds for a portion of the cost were provided by a grant from the East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District and a gift from the Portland Parks Foundation.

Located within

More in Frazer Park

Park Location or Entrance

Frazer Community Garden main entrance
NE 52nd Avenue and Pacific Street
Portland, OR 97213

Neighborhood

Rose City Park

City section

NE