Stewart & Tate Donates to the Hope Street Garden & Learning Lab
July 31, 2013 — The Hope Street Garden and Learning Lab, once a vacant lot on West Hope Avenue in York City, has been transformed into a garden by the city’s youth and community volunteers. The lot’s transformation process began in January 2013 and it now serves as a community garden and outdoor learning lab for youth from schools all around the city. In addition to the garden, an outdoor pavilion will be built to serve as a classroom for students so they can come to learn and work outside of their traditional classrooms. Stewart & Tate is donating its services for the foundation and slab work of the pavilion. Currently, Stewart & Tate is working in York City on the second phase of renovation work at the Helen Thackston Charter School. Stewart & Tate is pleased to donate its services to the Hope Street Garden and Learning Lab initiative.
View White Rose Community TV’s segment for more information on the Hope Street Garden and Learning Lab project here.