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LA's public parkways could become mini-urban farms (poll)




John Parker of Los Angeles waters part of his garden which is in a parkway, a small piece of land next to the curb that is technically owned by the city.
John Parker of Los Angeles waters part of his garden which is in a parkway, a small piece of land next to the curb that is technically owned by the city.
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Los Angeles is considering a move that would allow residents to grow fruits and vegetables in front of their homes — on that narrow strip of grass between sidewalks and the road. As KPCC's Hayley Fox reports, some residents just couldn't wait for the city's approval.