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Flower City Habitat for Humanity and the Seneca Park Zoo Society start planting efforts for the Tyshaun Cauldwell Memorial Garden on Whitney Street in the city of Rochester honoring the 10-year-old who lost his life due to gun violence in 2001.
Plans for the Tyshaun Cauldwell Memorial Garden on Whitney Street include planting various native plants and flowers, and laying walkways. Flower and plant species will be identified with signs so the garden can eventually serve as an educational site for local youth.
Located near his former home, the Tyshaun Cauldwell Memorial Garden will encompass his current memorial, including a monument and the tree that marks the site of his passing 20 years ago.