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Sydney’s Lord Mayor, Clover Moore, argues that as population grows there is a greater need for green, open space

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City of Sydney, Australia Community Gardens.

“Community gardens turn pockets of urban space into productive organic gardens where residents can grow their own food,” Clover Moore said

By Nicole Frost
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Oct 11, 2016

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A few suburbs across in Newtown, Marrickville Council’s Turtle Lane Community Garden has proved a hit with local residents.

There are 25 plots in the garden and a waiting list for eager residents to take part.

Martin moved around the corner eight years ago and started in the garden shortly afterwards.

He said the community garden has created a special camaraderie among neighbours.

“If you’re living in the inner city, no-one really has backyards. Wherever there’s a little bit of spare land, people put a garden in there, it brings them together,” Gardner said.

“It all centres around the garden. There’s a barbecue there, we do quarterly meetings, working bees – it’s great for the community.”

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Sydney Community Gardens.