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I am looking for any documented studies on crime reduction and community 
gardens. I know there was a great study done in Flint Michigan that was 
presented at the ACGA NY conference. I have a copy of that. Does anybody have 
any other documented sources for showing a decrease in crime because of a 
garden. Preferably within the last 10 years and with gardens and studies that 
span at least 2-3 years. Any help would be great.


Shane Siwik
Gardens Acheiving Resourcefulness Diversity and "Neighborhood Safety"

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