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Video: Building a Family Garden

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This summer, editor Peter Geiger’s friends, the Pomerleau family, created their first family vegetable garden – two small raised beds in their city backyard. Listen to them talk about what they learned from the process in our newest video.

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1 Sherri Pomerleau { 09.08.11 at 9:21 am }

Great job Pomerleau Family!!

2 Cheryl Goldstein { 09.07.11 at 8:12 pm }

Great segment on a vegtable garden! I will give it a try next season. Perhaps you can suggest when to plant which veggies. What a nice family project!

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