Maintaining Community Gardens
A community garden is a piece of land gardened collectively by a group of people, utilizing either individual or shared plots on private or public land. The garden may be used to produce fruit, vegetables, and/or ornamental plants. The development of community gardens has resulted in the beautification and greening of many urban neighborhoods, addressing problems such as vacant lots and food deserts and fostering greater senses of community collaboration. While a community garden presence many benefits for the individuals involved and the community at large, it also includes challenges in its creation and maintenance.
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