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Planting seeds is the first step for community gardens

Melody Boettcher and her daughter Sarah, 5, plant broccoli and cauliflower for a community garden planned at Cornerstone Apartments. Boettcher is the manager of the building and hopes residents there will become interested in the garden. She would like to donate any extra produce to the Hubbard County Food Shelf. (Anna Erickson / Enterprise)1 / 2
River Heights Apartments residents Addie Harvala and Mary Rittenhouse pick out seeds to plant Thursday night at a gardening workshop. It is the first step in creating a community garden at River Heights. The women have been gardening for many years. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)2 / 2
Anna Erickson
Anna Erickson is editor of the Wadena Pioneer Journal.
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