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Community gardens can do a lot to make more good: Studies find they help reduce crime, bring in new businesses to the area, create a better network of neighbors, and have a positive effect on property values. Some community gardens even deliver fresh food to the people who need it the most.
That all gets a (green) thumbs up, right? Here’s how you can get the green light to put your green thumb to work.