There have been several requests from Montrose residents for a community garden, said Alek Bartrosouf, chairman of the group's steering committee, in an email with Patch.
Do you think this is something Montrose or La Crescenta could use? If so, where would you want to see fresh fruits, herbs or vegetables growing?
Ascencia, a Glendale nonprofit that works to end homelessness, has also suggested via its Facebook page that community gardens could help support local organizations. What do you think?
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Patch Asks: Where would you like to see a community garden? Who do you think could benefit from it?