Community gardens are springing up around the United States, giving people of all ages an opportunity to come together and plant foods and flowers that offer numerous benefits to the community. These patches of land in towns and cities rely on citizens to plant and tend to crops and gardens. Not only do they reduce carbon footprint, increase local property values, and give area residents access to fresh, nutritious produce -- they also offer some pretty specific health benefits to seniors who take part in these programs. A... Click to Read More
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