Queen City Farm...

Very cool day for "our Buffalo"...

Rod McCallum and his family were the first to show up on a cold November morning for the first Artspace Backyard Neighborhood tour. He'd seen this post - Saying Goodbye? - on fixBuffalo and is now fully invested in accepting the challenge of re-purposing this amazing Queen Anne home and turning the vacant land surrounding the house into an inspiring and viable project for the neighborhood and "our Buffalo."

Queen City Farm is now on-line. I'll be working with Rod later this week to tweak the Queen City Farm blog and bring him up to speed on the blogging thing so you can receive up-dates as they happen.

Meanwhile connect with Rod if you'd like to contribute resources on a personal and/or professional basis. Queen City Farm will be located in the cross-hairs of a 50 million public investment in the arts and education here on the City's near East side. By this time next year we'll be adding Queen City Farm to the growing list of success stories from this part of the City - Artspace, BAVPA and the Merriweather Library!
Queen City Farm 187 West Utica Street Buffalo, New York 14222
c: 716-207-9327 p: 716-891-7912 f: 716-895-2058 rod@queencityfarm.org
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