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‘Summer House’ Star Carl Radke Starts Campaign To Save Community Garden

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Nov. 8 2018, Updated 3:52 p.m. ET

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Summer House’s Carl Radke is using his platform to give back to his community. The reality star has started a brand new campaign to save a vital part of his SoHo neighborhood. Read on for all of the details.

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Carl has created a crowdfunding campaign in order to save the Elizabeth Street Garden — a communal space located in Little Italy, NY.

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ESG is also home to field trips, children’s activities, and community arts events — which is why Carl is doing his best to save it from being destroyed.

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As he explained in the short video posted onto the campaign’s website the picturesque garden holds a lot of sentimental value for him. He said, “This is a space I bring my mom every time she visits.”

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The Bravo celebrity described the ESG as an oasis in the midst of NYC’s fast-paced chaos. “This is an amazing garden where people can come and relax, they can get some fresh air, they can enjoy all of this green luscious space," he said.

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The garden has created a strong defense team led by attorney Norman Siegel and donations from Carl’s campaign will support their 5013c legal fund that will fight to preserve the area.

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What do you think about Carl's crowdfunding campaign? Let us know in the comments. 

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