The director of parks and recreations at Carl Levin City Park, Jerry Bark unveiled plans for a community garden during a council workshop on Tuesday. This will give Heights residents an opportunity to plant, weed and harvest vegetables in the community garden. The garden will also have a five-foot trail around the garden, a walkway through the plots, elevated plots for senior and disabled residents, a shed for gardening tools, a compost pile and a fence made of cedar trees. The project has no expected opening date and will have 4,800 square feet of dedicated land in the park.
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