Common Ground’s unique place — 20 acres of city park land, on the edge of a forested state park, within the City of New Haven — is at the root of everything we do. Our work starts here are ripples outward.
Watch 7 short student-produced videos, sharing sustainable design principles at work in Common Ground’s new Springside Center, and learn about other ways that Common Ground is trying to live out our commitment to sustainable change.
Recent Blog Posts about Our Place
By Kimball Cartwright, Director of Development Mark Palladino - Irrigation Systems for Small Farms Training (at Common Ground in 2017) “After air and water, our relationship with food is the most important relationship
Update December 1: Your voices are making a difference! CT Transit reached out to us today to work with us to find a solution. We will keep you posted on what they propose! Update November
by Joel Tolman, Director of Impact & Engagement Chemistry students use a hair dryer to test the heat transfer properties of cross-laminated timber from Common Ground's new building. Earlier this month, students in Emily Schmidt's