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So, there is an idea afoot about a national cooperative gardening movement to exchange resources and grow more local food for food security. It seems to me that at some point that would need to be localized.

I live and garden about an hour north of Missoula near Ronan.

Thoughts on local cooperative gardening in this area?

I have a lot of sweet corn and winter squash seed.
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Tomato Seedlings
Tomato Seedlings
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rototilled 3/4 of an acre, nothing else to do on spring break
rototilled 3/4 of an acre, nothing else to do on spring break
 
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