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Lots of love for #LoveThatLot! Highlights from the 2018 campaign

Written by on 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:

We love being part of the beautiful transformations happening in our neighborhood. Look what became of the abandoned…

Posted by FCS on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Decoration making continues at the Albany County Land Bank for the Center for Community Progress #LoveThatLot campaign!…

Posted by Albany County Land Bank Corporation on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

This Valentines Day we're thinking about how much we LOVE when neighbors pitch in and turn a vacant lot into a beautiful…

Posted by Greater Syracuse Land Bank on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

This Valentine’s Day, we encourage community groups across Calhoun County to take time to #LoveThatLot and apply for our…

Posted by Calhoun County Land Bank Authority on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Roses are red Violets are blue This revitalized lot makes my heart swoon! 💚💚💚As part of national Valentine’s Day…

Posted by Neighborhood Gardens Trust on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

The VINES crew is spreading some #LoveThatLot cheer on Valentine's Day. Celebrating the potential vacant lots have to do…

Posted by VINES:Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Winter will soon be behind us and we are getting excited about turning more unused inner-city lots into food producing…

Posted by The Good Samaritan Inn on Thursday, February 15, 2018


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