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  • Visionbug

    I'm looking forward to turning our front yard into a garden. Would love to share and barter with other neighbors. Looking forward to spring.

  • Lana Weber

    Makes so much sense! In my neighborhood, many people have front yard gardens. The past year a handful of us have figured out what we are really good at growing - and share. I know tomatoes grow well across the street, and my front yard is perfect for leafy greens. We are hoping to add more folks as the concept grows and sell extra produce once a week at the local neighborhood market.

  • Shauna Nep

    Yes! I love this concept. Next Door Organics (http://www.nextdoorganics.com/) finds under-used plots in the neighborhood (urban and suburban), farms them organically and sustainably, and sells the produce as locally as possible via a CSA. If you donate a piece of land, you automatically receive a CSA box. It's a great idea. I wish we had something like this in LA.