Do you know your neighbour

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Today's busy life doesn't allow people to mingle with others in their neighbourhood. This article outlines the need for neighbourhood relations and its benefits.

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Do you know your neighbour

  1. 1. Do You Know Your Neighbour
  2. 2. The geographically localised group of people living within a largercity create a connection between themselves commonly referredas neighbourhood.
  3. 3. BarteringBartering is the cashless exchange of goods andservices between two standalone parties. Takeexample of two neighbours, one loves cleaningcars and the other one mowing yards.
  4. 4. Community GardenA community garden is the by product of effortsinitiated by members within a neighbourhood. Itrefers to a single piece of land that is collectivelygardened by a group of people living within acommunity for growing fruits, vegetables and otherproduce.
  5. 5. Seed SharingSeed sharing takes places between people within acommunity who exchanges seeds they have for theseeds actually want. It not only creates theopportunity for discussion about how to adaptwith the changing planting situations within alocal gardening eco system .
  6. 6. Thank You To have a complete look at the article visit:http://www.varanasiestate.com/do-you-know- your-neighbour/

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