APS ORTI SOCIALI ARVALIA

Via Palaia 200
00149 Roma RM
Italy

Intro

L’Associazione è finalizzata all’innalzamento del livello qualitativo della vita dei cittadini e alla promozione di modelli di sostenibilità ambientale.
L’Associazione non ha scopo di lucro.
How big is the garden
14,000 m²
In which year did the garden start?
01-01-2021
How many people are usually attending the urban garden?
150
The land on which the garden is located is...
Has been donated to the group
How the urban garden is organised
Individual plots
Who can make use of the urban garden
Members of garden (anytime)
What category(ies) do the users of the urban garden fall into?
General public
Families
Older people/ Third Age
Parent/carer and toddler groups
People suffering from mental ill health
People with special learning needs
Physically disabled people
School or college groups
Socially excluded people
Do you run any training in your garden?
Yes
What training do you offer?
Coinvolgimento della comunità
Formazione orticolturale (come coltivare, differenti modelli e approcci, ecc...)
Come preservare, produrre, conservare
Pianificare un orto e inserirlo nel contesto territoriale
Lavorare con gruppi svantaggiati
Lavorare con le scuole
Do participants pay to attend?
No
Please tick any of the listed facilities that are available at the urban garden.
Picnic Area
Playground
Outdoors community space
Toilets
Recycling/composting
Tool-shed
Pond(s)
Growing space
Kitchen/cooking facilities
Electricity
Other
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What are the main activities realized in the urban garden?
Amenity for local community
Community composting/recycling
Community development
Community orchard
Healthy living
Horticultural training
Mental health
Social inclusion
Social space
Special needs work
Spiritual well being
Working with disabilities
Access conditions/facilities
Public Transport
Parking near to the urban garden
Accessible with wheelchair
Please select what public transport is available
Bus
Reconnect people with the land
Social rehabilitation
Work with disadvantage members of the community
Community regeneration