A+4 (A Positive Message 4)
by P.A.M. + Cali Thornhill DeWitt
Community Gardens are places where different people come together to grow, share and enjoy vegetables, cultivating food, health and connectivity. In the early 19th century some governments allocated plots of land to the poor to grow vegetables and flowers. From large greening projects to small curb-side gardens, they have often sustained communities when food was scarce or an economy was suffering, and continue today all over the world. Crucial in an increasingly urban future, Community Gardens promote beauty, relaxation, social energy, waste minimisation.
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