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Anne Morgan, at right, spoke to local gardeners and gardening enthusiasts last week at Riverside United Methodist Church in Park Rapids. She discussed Community Supported Agriculture and a variety of soil and pest issues. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Gardeners meet to dish dirt; swap strategies; learn what works here

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Gardeners must have been brought up right by their parents.

They love to share.

When Anne Morgan addressed the Park Rapids Garden Club last week she'd barely begun to speak about her Community Supported Agriculture project when the hands went up in the room.

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Like thirsty plants, the gardening enthusiasts wanted to drink up all the knowledge Morgan had amassed over 30 years of hard work, trials, tribulations, successes and failures.

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