A nice article in the Oregonian, First step of Cully Park in northeast Portland opens to public, gives some history on the project and it’s many partners – and discusses upcoming work to be done. A photo below, shows the grand opening from last month.
Terra Fluxus had a nice mention for work done on the Cully Park Community Garden:
“Students from nearby Scott School helped design the community garden. Working with landscape architect Jason King, owner of TERRA.fluxus, the seventh- and eighth-graders visited other gardens, participated in planning sessions, presented their ideas to the community and got feedback, and then helped with the final design. Some of the ideas the students incorporated into the plans are larger-than-usual garden plots, because many of the students have large families, and plenty of places to sit and gather. Scott School Principal Verenice Gutierrez said, “Kids got to see how an idea becomes a reality. At any time a kid can come back to the garden and say ‘I did that.'”