Lots of love for #LoveThatLot! Highlights from the 2018 campaign
February 21, 2018
What an amazing year for #LoveThatLot!
From in-person celebrations in Albany, New York, Baltimore, Maryland, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to the many Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram posts that filled our newsfeed, we loved poring through all of the inspiring photos of your favorite revitalization projects and the community champions behind them.
The Westmoreland County Land Bank held a contest in which they invited the public to vote for their favorite of four revitalization projects, while Baltimore’s Vacants to Value initiative spent Valentine’s Day expressing their gratitude for different Adopt-A-Lot projects around the city.
Some highlights from the 2018 campaign are below:
V2V THANKS YOU…Hillen Homestead is a bustling urban flower farm on two sites in Northeast Baltimore. They grow flowers, fruit, and foliage for neighbors, weddings, and florists all over town. #LoveThatLot #BmoreBeautifulSpaces #AdoptALot pic.twitter.com/mRjBNsHgxb
— Vacants to Value (@BmoreV2V) February 14, 2018
We are highlighting #mke #vacantlot projects as part of national #LoveThatLot campaign. Here is beautiful ‘18 planter project added to ‘15 new HG #p4p_mke orchard park by residents working w artist Ann Wydeven & Brico Fund. See more @ #RVP2018 pic.twitter.com/EDZ8oRf0nP
— HOME GR/OWN Milwaukee (@HOMEGROWNMKE) February 20, 2018
Abell's 32nd Street is home to @waverlymainst community lot and 32nd Street Park that borders Charles Village. #LoveThatLot pic.twitter.com/sImJHsNAkG
— CentBaltPartnership (@centralbaltpart) February 14, 2018
TNP and TCLRC offer the Side Lot Incentive Program, awarding $250 gift cards to purchasers of side lots after demolition, courtesy of @Huntington_Bank, helping our residents #LoveThatLot in #WarrenOH pic.twitter.com/qSjsyZWAph
— Trumbull Land Bank (@TCLRC_Trumbull) February 14, 2018
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