Garden grows in former NIMBY battle zone

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Garden grows in former NIMBY battle zone

Neighbors voice little objection to Ohana Kuleana
Tamsen Wiltshire points out her tomatoes at the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden. The garden opened June 1, and each garden member must volunteer for two hours monthly. “I’ve gotten to meet a lot of new people,” Wiltshire said.
The Ohana Kuleana Community Garden, which is squeezed into an awkward acre near Riverview Elementary School, has proved to be a use that has found neighborhood support.

Garden grows in former NIMBY battle zone

Tamsen Wiltshire points out her tomatoes at the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden. The garden opened June 1, and each garden member must volunteer for two hours monthly. “I’ve gotten to meet a lot of new people,” Wiltshire said.
The Ohana Kuleana Community Garden, which is squeezed into an awkward acre near Riverview Elementary School, has proved to be a use that has found neighborhood support.
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