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Guerrilla Gardening in Los Angeles

Guerrilla Gardening in Los Angeles

Guerrilla Gardening in Los Angeles - SubCultures

Guerrilla Gardening in Los Angeles

Hear from experiences guerrilla gardeners working in Los Angeles, California to convert unused and unsightly public spaces into gardens. They explain how although it is technically illegal, there is no real threat since people see that they are in fact providing a free service for the community. This interesting new subculture is helping make city blocks more visually pleasing, and sometimes helps increase food access when edible plants are grown.

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