- What do think lies at the heart of our conflict?
- Are humans born corrupt? What is your view of human nature?
- What should be the ultimate source/s of authority when trying to discern matters of doctrine
and Christian practice?
- Are we saved by Grace, Good Works, a combination of both?
- What role does Scripture play in your life and what role should it play in the lives of believers?
- If you could persuade your opponent on one core point what would it be?
elationships, they recognize the importance of the garden and develop a sense of ownership. Thus, vandalism and theft can be successfully prevented since the neighbors will be more apt to keep an eye on the garden and more likely to report anything suspicious that is occurring. Harboring the ideals of community will keep individuals involved and invested in the community gardens, and in turn there will be more people looking out for the good of the garden (Metro Vancouver, 2019). Practices Depends on the situation of a community, inclusive community garden could be achieved through various food projects. The following examples demonstrate two best practices initiated by Farmerson57th and UBC community. Best practice of Farmerson57th (Lowcock, 2014) The inclusive garden project initiated by Farmerson57th in 2009 is located in Vancouver, BC. This project is aiming to design the community garden with three sections including Therapeutic Gardens, Market Garden and Growing Eden Garden and each garden is established to achieve different goals. Therapeutic Gardens: Plots for Pearson Residents and Community plots for various groups including Disabled Independent Gardeners Association (DIGA). Agriculture classes in partnership with alternative high school. Volunteers with resident gardeners to help assist in planting, tending, harvesting. Market Garden: a market that offer place for flower and vegetable which are grown according to organic principles. donation of fruit and vegetables for the monthly community kitchen and a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Growing Eden Garden: Priority plots for families who receive a housing subsidy and/or are low income. All the gardens are wheelchair accessible which supports the engagement of people with disabilities and elders who are often invisible and neglected by the food system. Overall, with differentiated design of each garden, the community garden becomes multifunctional and enhances engagement. It prioritizes the needs of valuable groups and provide a place to support the production of organic local food. Best practice of UBC community Our project; “Connecting People with Places: Biodiversity Design + Build”; which is drawn on best practices obtained from the Mason Bee project initiated by the UBC community members who is aiming to incorporate bees in the UBC community garden could be a successful local example of promoting inclusive community garden. Mason bees are people-friendly, as they do not actively sting people unless they feel threatened. Hence, they can be placed>GET ANSWER