Princeton students develop interdisciplinary project for Newark community garden

Written by
Laurie Zazenski, School of Architecture
Nov. 6, 2018

On patch of dusty asphalt in Newark, New Jersey, sits a wooden shed topped with corrugated plastic, a safeguard from impending winter weather. But it won’t be there for long.

That’s because the shed is intended to roam around the civic project Down Bottom Farms, a half-acre plot bearing a fruit tree orchard, berry patches and even a small vineyard — part of Ironbound Community Corporation’s Urban Agriculture Program. Learn more.