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I am Looking for as many studies as I can find that show a link to community 
gardening/greening and crime reduction. It can be through one specific garden 
or a University study. Preferablly, it will have crime stats prior to the 
instalation of a garden and the after affects. If anybodys knows of some of 
these would you please reply. I do have some already and I know there is Flint 
Michigan study and the one coming out this fall that was discussed at the ACGA 
conference in Chicago. I would still like to find any others that may be out 

Thanks for any help you may be willing to lend.

Shane Siwik

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