This September 18th, get ready for the second annual Park(ing) Day. Last year, residents of cities all over the US turned parking spaces into micro parks, farms, seating areas – even a croquet course. The event is a guerrilla gardening style transformation of parking spots into public spaces, reclaiming what’s basically a storage space for a vehicle. The event was started by ReBar, a San Francisco art collective, as an act to expose the need for more green spaces, and less cars in our cities.

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