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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.

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.

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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