Community gardens growing each year

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Posted: April 15, 2014

The Winchester Star

The Blandy Experimental Farm in Boyce usually fills up its community garden spaces quickly, and this year is no exception, said Steve Carroll, program director. There are only a few free spaces out of the 24 plots left in the garden.
Food raised in the Junior Master Gardener plot behind C-CAP will be donated to the nonprofit, said Tammy Epperson, program technician 4-H youth development for the Frederick County Cooperative Extension. A group of 18 home-schooled students will plant and care for the garden in its fifth year.

Winchester — With the effects of a long winter beginning to transition into sunny days, local organizations are gearing up for the new growing season with community gardens.

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