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Anne Morgan shows off lime green cauliflowers called Romanesque. The community supported agriculture project dabbles annually with a unique item or two to gauge public desire and hardiness.

Lakes and Valley CSA serves 87 homes with an abundance of unique crops

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The summer that never was drove people off the lakes, bike trails and parks.

But the garden gods smiled down upon the region.

South of town, at the Lakes and Valley CSA, the five-acre organic farm Anne Morgan tends with her husband and staff, the berries flourished, the melons are abundant and unusual crops sprang to life.

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