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Now this is Veg Out Community Garden, and it's an organic , chemical free vegie patch run by members of the local community.
A place like this really emphasises just how much gardening brings people together, whether it be through the sharing of produce , good gardening tips , or just good fun. As backyards are shrinking , places like this are holding greater value, and if Veg Out is anything to go by, then they're also building vibrant , rich communities, all spurred on by a love of gardening.

What is the meaning of if Veg Out is anything to go by?

We see it as balancing the interests of property owners relative to the public good that flows from the conservation of historic heritage places.

What are the meanings of the relative to the public good and flows from here?

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to go by: to proceed according to, to follow (a model)

flow from: result from, ensue from
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if Veg Out is anything to go by? if Veg out is anything to judge by. Veg out proves that they're also building vibrant, rich communities, all spurred on by a love of gardening.

relative to - weighing up the needs of the landlords with the needs of the community - which is more important.
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1. If you use Veg Out as a bench mark/sample

2. balancing the interests of the property owner against those of the general public/community

3. the public good (benefits to the general public/comunity) that flows from (that comes from/is a side benefit of ) the conservation......
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I didn't understand the meaning of go by here

and does relative to mean against those?
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