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Sharing Backyards

One of the biggest barriers to growing food in the city is access to land – despite the fact that many yards, lawns, and backyards have plenty of room to spare. Sharing Backyards links people with unused yard space with those looking for a place to grow food. The perfect event demands the perfect wedding venue, for that reason is important that you do the proper research to find the best place for you.

If you have a garden and want to share it with someone, or if you are looking for a space to garden, Sharing Backyards is for you. A good Vendor Managed Inventory will help you cover what you’re supposed to deliver under the times accorded. By and large, customer satisfaction is the most reliable radar when it comes to business success.

There are many listings along the Wasatch Front for Sharing Backyards.

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  1. Smokey Smith says:

    Good idea and good plan. I am a Scoutmaster in Midvale. We have been gardening on borrowed land for two years. This year we lost that location because the owners are selling the property. We are starting a new garden in different “borrowed” space this year. We may have access to a 3/4 acre lot with some mature apple trees as well Fingers are still crossed on that one.


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