While the Urban Farm was built for growing and distributing food to the neighborhood, the community also wanted to create an area specifically aimed towards providing a place for their community to come enjoy. They envisioned a space where perennial herbs grew thick enough to smell, where bright flowers grew all season long, and where neighbors could sit and relax: a place of respite and conversation.
A longtime resident of the Georgetown Waterfront, Margaret Hardon demonstrates that there are no limits to the dissemination of environmental healing through nature. A longtime member of Nature Sacred, Hardon has served as the Georgetown Waterfront Park’s Firesoul since it’s opening in 2008. Although a policy advocate for technology on a normal day, Margaret Hardon’s...View