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Couple manage to change local bylaws and save their frontyard veggie garden

 
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I wasn't sure which forum to put this in, but since these guys were beginners before starting their garden last year I figure it would fit here. Their story is a great lesson on how one (or two) person can have a huge impact on a local community, but also on how gardening is within the reach of everyone, and has multiple benefits.

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Nice, abundant gardens. Glad that they took their fight to a happy ending.

 
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John Polk wrote:Nice, abundant gardens. Glad that they took their fight to a happy ending.



Cool story. This is exactly why we started our own farm and - to help share it - our blog. Let us know what you think! http://forestvoices.org/farmblog/
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