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Garden projects in Boston

I don't know if someone has already suggested this, but you might like 
The Food Project.  They work with youth in Boston and then also have a 
larger field type farm some where close by.  Its an interesting project, 
from what I have read (they bring urban and suburban youth together), 
and I have friends who have visited it and liked it...

Their website is www.thefoodproject.org

Hope this helps
Gretchen Kraas
Detroit, MI

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