There are public gardens that have space available for rent, so depending on where you live, this is a viable option. It might also be useful to ask your local garden and inform them this is a common practice.
Yes, many suburban areas and some cities, like San Fransisco have community gardens where you can either tend your own patch of Earth, or pay a membership and receive fresh produce. These dynamic structures are growing rapidly, not only with the rise of organic and natural foods, but also with the help of other community leaders. Check out the article below which is about an enormous hammock that has been built to suspend gardeners over the patchwork of produce while they catch a few minutes of sleep.
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