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    Role in Improving of Adults' Skills and Community Growth
    the urban gardening project
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    Who and how benefits from ?
    The URBAN GARDENING Project ?
    How will the project help people to achieve these aims?
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    Start Up, & Up
    The Urban Gardening Project
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    The URBAN GARDENING Project
    Your guide to success

active participation and education the Urban Gardening Project phase

  • research

    the good practices of urban community gardens and other resources
  • Developing

    the teaching method based on using the garden as a space for education
  • Organizing

    training for participants
  • Testing

    the teaching method based on using the garden as a space for education

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a community garden?
A community garden is a single piece of land gardened collectively by a group of people. Community gardens utilize either individual or shared plots on private or public land while producing fruit, vegetables, and/or plants that are grown for attractive appearances.
Who and how benefits from the URBAN GARDENING project?
People from the groups threatened of exclusion – migrants, seniors, long-term unemployed (especially women), other groups disfavoured in their societies. Moreover, local decision-makers, authorities and organizations connected with the topic of the urban gardens, and last but not least – any members of the local community.
How is the partnership going to develop the teaching method based on using the garden as a space for education?
- Through developing training and learning resources which support the professional development of new and existing Practitioners and Educators in the field of adult teaching.
- To actively involve into local milieu people threatened of marginalization.
- To develop a training method, programme and methodology, including the training module, based on activities connected with setting up and maintaining the garden.
- Through testing these resources among a group of trainers and educators.
- Through piloting learning activities involving adult learners in the urban gardens in every partner countries.
We will try to show that establishing and working in the urban gardens is a way to social inclusion, dialogue, sustainable lifestyle, collective knowledge, community spirit and solidarity.

PHOTO Gallery the URBAN GARDENING Project

  • Meeting in Krakow
    Kick off meeting Krakow
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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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  • Meeting in Krakow
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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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  • Meeting in Krakow
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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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    Representatives from each partner country met on 28-29.11.2017 in Kraków to plan the project’s strategy for the next two years during which they will develop an urban gardening project.

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URBAN GARDENIG PROJECT PARTNERS

  • The URBAN GARDENING project is led by Krakowskie Centrum Zarządzania i Administracji (KCZIA) and involves partners from Greece, France, Bulgaria, Spain, Italy and Turkey.

    KCZIA
  • UG2018

    The aim of the project is encouraging to active participation and education of the local community members, including disfavoured and threatened of exclusion persons eg. migrants, seniors, long-term unemployed people, through setting up and maintaining the urban gardens and working in this common garden space .

  • UG2018

    Each partner will organize a promotional event to spread the word about the idea of the project, present its products and the community gardens established and maintained during the project .

Project NEWS

Kick-off meeting November 28-29, 2017
URBAN GARDENING project kick-off meeting in Krakow.
1st phase in the projectJanuary, 2018
Collecting of good practices and resources.
1st Meeting in Istambul.March, 2018
During the meeting of Steering Committee members in Istanbul (Turkey) the partners agreed the structure of the training modules and sessions.
After the meeting of Steering CommitteeMarch, April 2018
all partners are working on the preparing the assigned training sessions.
The partners are preparingMarch, April 2018
their representatives to the active participation in the staff training which will take place from 7th to 12 May 2018 in Czajowice near Krakow (Poland).