Urban gardening leads fight against cities' decay

07/19/2010 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Cities such as Cleveland and Youngstown in Ohio and Detroit and Flint in Michigan are trying to decide what to do with too many vacant buildings and lots. One solution could be to plant urban gardens, writes Mark Ferenchik. Cleveland officials appear to be buying into the concept and have agreed to create at least 10,000 square feet of green space.

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