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Pleasant Hill Grows Relationship in Community Garden

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Pleasant Hill Grows Relationship in Community Garden

The Pleasant Hill neighborhood is trying to help people bond over dirt and seeds with a community garden.

“We thought that we would start a community garden to try and put the elderly together with young people so we would be able to let them know what our plans were for the community. We wanted it to represent the community itself, that’s why there’s no fencing, we’ve never had a fence around the garden. We wanted people to know that it belonged to them,” said Peter Givens, the president of the Pleasant Hill Neighborhood Improvement Group.

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