Different ways to get land for farming in Detroit

  1. Grow on vacant land
  2. Grow on vacant land
  3. Grow on vacant land
  4. Try purchase vacant lots near you through the Landbank, by pitching them an alternative land use proposal.
  5. Purchase vacant lots adjacent to homes you own through the landbank
  6. Rent a vacant lot from a known landlord.
  7. Consider an arrangement with a church to grow on their land in exchange for community engagement on the farm/food/rent/etc.
  8. Engage the city on the possibility of incorporating gardens into pocket parks near you.

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