Jardins Partagés Main Verte Program

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Country France
City Paris
Name Jardin Partagé Main verte program, Mairie de Paris
Year of beginning 2003
Description Urged by local associations already taking care of some urban gardens in Paris, the City of Paris passed in 2003 the “Main Verte” program which promotes the creation by citizens associations of urban community gardens, enabling them with technical assistance, land use rights, and providing know-how.

Other than receiving requests for the creation of new gardens, a Resource Center for Urban Gardeners also assists citizens through the organization of meetings and workshops.

According to the “Convention et charte Main verte”, the gardens are usually set up on the city’s land but they can also grow on other land types. This chart and regulation is to be signed by the City and the association in charge of the garden, which established the rules and the allowed usages of the gardens.

The inhabitants who manage the gardens must commit to keep the gardens open to the community and the public and follow sustainable management methods.

Urban Co-Governance Moderate
Enabling State Strong
Pooling Moderate
Experimentalism Moderate
Tech Justice Weak
Website https://www.paris.fr/services-et-infos-pratiques/environnement-et-espaces-verts/nature-et-espaces-verts/les-jardins-partages-203
References, sources, contact person(s)  Jardins Partagés, Mairie de Paris, France. Source: Website

Contacts : main.verte@paris.fr


Paris, France


Posted on

June 8, 2018