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Green thumbs sought: The parks department community garden has a number of plots remaining. They are 12-by-16 feet. Gardeners must agree to tend to their areas throughout the
GREENFIELD — Local residents can trade in their winter blues for spring fever and try planting vegetables, herbs and flowers this year in the community garden at Brandywine Park.
The garden is in its sixth year, but is a little-known feature in the city’s parks system, says Ellen Kuker, director of the Greenfield Parks Department.
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