research and exhibition at MIT 2011
November 18th, 2011

1st garden fieldtrip: Clark Cooper Community Gardens

On Friday November 18 2011 we met Julie Kepes Stone, daughter of the founder of CAVS at MIT, Georgy Kepes, to start our investigation into one category of occupied lands of Boston – community gardens. Julie is a true expert of the field as for many years she has been working on various social programs developing gardening and food cultures in the city among many other activities that she was part of. During years Julie was supervising more than a hundred gardens in greater Boston area.

We started at Clark-Cooper Community Garden at the grounds of the hospital in Roxbury.





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