Urban Oasis Part 2: Bloom Season


If we were having coffee i’d tell you welcome back love, last time you were here i gave you a glimpse of the the other side of the rooftop. Today you get to take a look at the part of the entire blueprint structure of the Urban Juncture Bronzeville redevelopment plan as well as that side of the rooftop in greater detail.

Everything is labeled with arrows for better distinction from this angle which captures 51st from straight above by satellite. Off to the left outlined in blue you’ll see the roof top farm. Notice there are two different arrows indicating where the rooftop farming takes place. The 1st arrow off to the left is the area we will explore today. That street which is Prairie ave, meets the intersection at 51st.

The following visuals will literally take you from the area we started, 51st. side with all produce crops, a few weeks ago, in the east direction of 51st street toward the green line train station back towards the west direction of the train to the Prairie avenue side. This side contains a combination of both flowers and other crops enjoy.

Next week we will visit across the street to the ground level community garden adjacent to the roof top in your bottom right corner here.
The view east on 51st street.
Keith (volunteer) Headed to the west side of the farm
The beautiful wall aesthetic addition i mentioned last post
The deck toward the west side of the farm
The west side of the farm before the flowers were planted
After the flowers were planted
This side contained more crops and extends right over the Jerk Shack eatery it supplies fresh crops for.
I did a lot of the seeding for this side so very proud
Unfortunately this single bed struggled a bit but i personally loved the ‘Miyagi” tree lol it kind of made up for it.

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I hope you all enjoyed the update, If you are interested in urban farming and learning how you can too, please join us in our volunteer efforts. The perks are beyond rewarding which you’ll soon come to discover for yourself.

Also The Urban Juncture Foundation is a non for profit, so any donations that can be made toward the efforts of sustaining development would be greatly appreciated: https://www.facebook.com/BronzevilleCommunityGarden/a0/pp/20819510252812.

They are all about providing jobs for the community and they are currently hiring for leadership and intern positions for the farm, if you or anyone you know that may be interested, please check out the following links and tag and share: https://www.facebook.com/BronzevilleCommunityGarden/

Lead Gardener position


Intern postions 


Let’s continue #GrowSouth together. Subscribe for more updates and don’t for get to #Tag and Share #EmbodyAmor and embrace the #LoveFlow #LetGO! Until next time, happy farming and gardening.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Amy Putkonen says:

    That is so cool! I love rooftop gardens. It’s a great way to balance out the concrete below! More oxygen for everyone!

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    1. JFal says:

      Yessssss I love it ;);) homely more people will follow suit.


  2. Great update. Nice to see the results of your effort


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