Are you looking at finding ways to make community gardens more physically accessible? The Public Health Association of BC’s Can You Dig It program launched a Community Garden Accessibility Toolkit as an easy-to-use guide for garden coordinators.

The purpose of the Community Garden Accessibility Toolkit is to explore how Universal Design principles can be applied to the physical, built environment in community gardens. It provides an easy-to-use guide for garden coordinators to develop more physically accessible gardens, including lots of information that can be applied to school gardens.

This toolkit was made by PHABC in partnership with the City of Victoria and through a Whole Cities grant.

Access the toolkit here:

CYDI Community Garden Accessibility Toolkit

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