Recycling urban vacant land inch by inch, row by row: neighbors reclaim neighborhoods
Vacant, abandoned, and contaminated properties in urban areas can provide opportunities for neighborhood transformation- even new jobs. Examples in the Northeast show that sometimes all it takes to get the ball rolling is a group of visionary gardeners.
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