$4.3M Plan for 10 Acres in Columbus Invites Community to Get Involved
Tuesday, January 19th, 2021
If the leaders of this $4.3 million project raise the money to bring it to fruition, Columbus would have a community resource center and agricultural learning campus in one of the most impoverished parts of town.
The plan is to construct the George Washington Carver Victory Garden & Farm on the 10 vacant acres behind the Marshall Success Center and Davis Elementary School and along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. To start, the nonprofit community development organization Turn Around Columbus is trying to raise $143,000 for the project’s first phase.
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