Ford Canada gives community garden to unemployed help centre

Ford of Canada has donated land to the community garden at the Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor.
Ford of Canada has donated land to the community garden at the Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor. (Nick Boisvert/CBC News)

Ford of Canada has donated land to the community garden at the Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor.

The Unemployed Help Centre broke ground on the more-than-half a hectare of land (1.6 acres) Tuesday.

The Community Garden is open to individuals, families and groups as well as UHC's Plentiful Harvest program, a local food rescue initiative serving Windsor-Essex County.

The Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor and new community garden are at 6955 Cantelon Dr. in Windsor.

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