The Starvation Job Pressure opens new ADA accessible Unity Backyard

LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) – As part of their commitment to serve the community, the La Crosse Hunger Task Force opened an ADA-accessible garden area.

Unity Garden aims to involve the elderly and people with disabilities in various gardening activities at Kane Street Garden at 901 Kane Street.

To do this, the garden has broken down barriers and made the space more usable for everyone. In addition, residents with wheelchairs or mobility aids now have access to six raised garden beds thanks to the facility’s new cement walkway.

Many donors, volunteers and other supporters in the community helped make the garden possible. Organizers said the project highlights the Hunger Task Force’s leadership and commitment to creating opportunities for people with disabilities and helping to provide healthy food for all.

More information about the Hunger Task Force can be found on the organization’s website.

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