Author(s): Center for Community Progress, Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center at the University of Michigan School of Public Health
How are vacant lots evolving in the United States? What strategies do practitioners consider most effective at returning purpose to these properties? What have practitioners learned in the last several years that other municipalities and organizations can benefit from? And what do organizations still need to do this work effectively?
Download this 2020 release from the Center for Community Progress and the Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center at the University of Michigan School of Public Health to learn what 119 organizations across 27 states shared on new trends, tactics, and lessons on maintaining and greening vacant lots.
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