Daisy Reyela, a science teacher at Nicholas Orem Middle School, created a small rock and flower garden at the entrance of her school. She and her husband continue to maintain it.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Early morning or evening, neighbors are out working their crops in Hyattsville.
According to Hyattsville Ward 2 City Councilmember Shani Warner, the Hyatt Park Community Garden (across from Safeway on Hamilton Street) has been in development for almost two years. It is now a fully functioning enclosure, with plots, gardeners, four water spigots, a fence, compost and plants. For more information about this project, please sign up for the Hyattsville Community Garden Group on Yahoo.
Friday, September 3, 2010
Proposal for garden at Hyatt Park may see movement this fall.
Talks about a garden at Hyatt Park began over a year ago, but requests from City Council have pushed back plans, which Mayor William Gardiner says now may get rolling this fall. Resident Harold Stone has spearheaded the project, which he said was never meant to become political. After he provided supporting documents and information to Gardiner, the council decided to wait to proceed with the garden until after other items were put in place. Now the Council is requiring a soil survey, a land survey and at least one councilman is requesting that the Hyatt Park Community Garden Association become a 501(c)(3) before the project can move forward. "That is absolutely ludicrous," Stone said. "The City Council has not done anything to move …