Street Scapes Community Gardens

Situated on the plot of land next to Fruit & Veg in Roeland Street, Cape Town.Street Scapes upliftment program for Homeless people.Fresh Veggies and Herbs.

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Stroompies Trafalgar School The name Stroompies is derived from the fact that water that has been filtered through and down Table Mountain runs out continuously on the Trafalgar...
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Cameras roll on Magadien's life story. The Street Scapes team is very proud that Magadine's story will be hitting the big screen soon.as all of them have experienced some of...
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The Cape Argus Photographic Workshop In April 2016 the Cape Argus launched the Dignity Project – a 15-part daily series about the homeless people of Cape Town. The aim of the...
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This is the most recent harvest of the Khulisa Social Solutions StreetScapes urban garden, ploughed and harvested by members of the street community.

Situated on the plot of land next to Fruit & Veg in Roeland Street, its produce has been sold off site as well as to Cool Bananas, Oranjezicht City Farm  Market Day, Doppio Zero South Africa and the Chop chop salad bar at 75 Harrington Street.

The Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s Urban Management department arranged the water from the City to fill the garden’s tanks

Come and pay us a visit purchase freshly harvested Veggies and Herbs 

STREETSCAPES(PROJECTS
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RECYCLING Over'80% of 'restaurant'waste'is'recyclable' but  ends up on landfill sites.
URBAN( FARMING'  Unused' land' becomes' a' garden'
providing'locally'produced,'organic,'affordable'food.''
recycling'services'are'available'for'hotels.''
CARPENTRY& UPHOLSTERY'–wood'and textile'offcuts' can become planter boxes'and'ottomans.''
BAKERY & STREET  FOOD affordable' flavorful' local' and'exotic sandwiches sold from'mobile'vending'units'
COMPOST'–compost created' from organic waste

 

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Trafalga Renewal
DANCE, EAT AND CULTIVATE  Two exciting events at Cape Town’s...
#TheDignityProject
We make use of House of H restaurant bakery where we  teach...
Stroompies Trafalgar School
The name Stroompies is derived from the fact that water that has...
Cameras roll on Magadien's life story.
The Street Scapes team is very proud that Magadine's story will...
The Cape Argus Photographic Workshop
In April 2016 the Cape Argus launched the Dignity Project – a 15...
Martial Arts Health and Leadership Intervention
“One of the best ways to pursue any discipline is the martial...