IPS School 109 is located on East Raymond. Vacant grounds that were once simply an expanse of grass and blacktop are now home to an urban forest, nature play elements and happy and engaged students.
At the Oaks Academy at 23rd and Park, school leaders imagined an outdoor space enriching the educational experience of its young students.
When Keep Indianapolis Beautiful needed a new home, it chose the intersection of Fletcher and Shelby, near the heart of Fountain Square.
Once gray, dark highway underpasses today are bright custom connections that help people feel safe, and help neighborhoods express pride in their unique identity.
In a neighborhood full of veterans and active duty military, educator Chris Moore believed the Lynhurst 7th and 8th Grade Learning Center Campus landscape could honor the surrounding community.
Downtown, Historic Ransom Place sits at the cross section of tremendous change and a powerful history.
At Community Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Ward had a problem. Across the street from his new daycare was a vacant lot attracting drug dealers, gangs and gunfire.
On the city's near eastside, a visionary pastor had a novel idea. What if green spaces could reduce crime?
KIB's Youth Tree Team is giving Indy's youth meaningful jobs, and nurturing tomorrow's green professionals
Along Fall Creek, from the State Fairgrounds to Ivy Tech's campus, neighbors have been working to make this polluted waterway a community asset.
The simple act of planting a garden, a tree, or creating a park can have a myriad of benefits in neighborhoods that need it most.
With Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Danny Marquez imagined a different landscape on North Holmes. A place where children could play, be fed, and learn lessons that build character.