Recently in San Francisco, an empty lot in Hayes Valley that was supposed to be a 239-unit development has been transformed into a community farming project called Hayes Valley Farm, sponsored by San Francisco’s Farm Trust. Similarly in New Orleans vacant lots are being converted to the Villere Urban Farm. Another example is Hantz Farms in Detroit (http://hantzfarmsdetroit.com/). Legal permission does need to be obtained from the property owner before initiating an urban farming project.
What becomes of an abandoned lot is ultimately the choice of the owner of that lot. If you start using the lot to grow food, but you are not the owner of the land, the owner might make you remove yourself from the lot. A very interesting documentary that talks about this subject is called The Garden.
All people deserve very good life and personal loans or just commercial loan would make it much better. Because freedom relies on money.
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