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  1. […] 4. Rocky Ripple’s Burkhart Community Garden (Rocky Ripple) – Named after the Rocky Ripple resident who created the garden, Rick Burkhart, this area provides a space for neighbors to grow fruits, vegetables and flowers. Residents have donated everything to maintain the garden along with in-kind support from Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and the Butler Center for Urban Ecology. Gardeners give back to the community by hosting annual events, educational workshops, share and donate produce. Established in 2001, the Rocky Ripple garden is one of the oldest and longest maintained community garden in Indianapolis. […]

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