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East Side Garden Exchange
Through the Public Interest Design Build Program at the University of Texas, a group of 5 architecture and design students came together with the Holly Neighborhood Coalition to design, construct and implement a mobile gardening tool shed and a volunteer gardening program in the Holly Neighborhood. The East Side Garden Exchange program brings together volunteers to help start residential gardens in East Austin neighborhoods.
Bio: The Design Team
Natalie Ramirez, Laura Edwards, Jena Hammond, Elizabeth De Regt, and Eden Lew are a mix of graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Architecture and the School of Design at the University of Texas at Austin. They are committed to implementing design thinking as a way to engage in social activism and to help change the way we solve problems creatively in the world today.
In coordination with the Holly Neighborhood Coalition and the East Side Garden Exchange.