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Van Meter Pettit says,  “Urban gardens can be used to engender a sense of ownership in a public setting where graffiti, vandalism, petty theft, and low rates of home ownership all conspire to degrade an urban neighborhood. Woodward Heights provides a good example with its public flower beds.”
 (Van Meter Pettit, President, Town Branch Trail)



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