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Community garden plots can yield more than produce

Signe Smith found some peppers ready for pickin' last year at The Wesley Health Care Center community garden in Saratoga Springs.
Signe Smith found some peppers ready for pickin' last year at The Wesley Health Care Center community garden in Saratoga Springs.
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No room to garden where you live? No problem. The Capital Region is home to a number of community gardens where you can rent a spot to grow produce, and maybe even some friendships. A community garden is a piece of land that’s divided into individual garden plots. Each is tended by a different community member. Capital District Community Gardens has more than 850 plots available in 49 community gardens throughout Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady and ...


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