Unity and Community
Have you ever hiked in the fall and seen a larch tree—it’s bright yellow needles standing proudly against a forest of green?
Have you ever gazed at the lake from the Center for Urban Horticulture, amazed to see turtles, ducks, geese and a great blue heron all in a single frame?
Have you ever come to an Eli’s Park Project community meeting and met people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities working together for a common goal?
There’s an age-old design concept of unity in variety. Finding commonalty in things that appear different is inherently beautiful.
We are wired to appreciate diversity.
The most beautiful part of our project is the unity and variety of our community. Every voice truly matters and the more unique voices, the better. In this time that we can’t come together physically, you can still help us reach more people!
Who do you know that has ideas and experiences we need to hear?
Who do you know that is already passionate about inclusion?
Who do you know that could benefit from joining our journey?
Please help us grow our community! Only together, is it possible to create a park for all.