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Community gardens: Plotting our next move

Salad Bowl garden
Our yearlong series on community gardens is taking a break this week, but writer Jeff Spurrier and photographer Ann Summa will be back next Wednesday with another report. Until then, some links to dispatches you may have missed the first time around:

From unemployed handyman to sustainable farmer

Fearsome fruit at the Granada Hills Salad Bowl garden

Bad soil, alkaline water and other hurdles in Thousand Oaks

CSA, community-supported agriculture in Long Beach

Growing old? In Oxnard, a place for you

Photo: A break table at the Granada Hills Salad Bowl. Credit: Ann Summa

 
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