Community GroundWorks Blog

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Once upon a time, a fifth grade student walked into Sue Dauberman’s library at Frank Allis Elementary and started counting. “Miss Sue,” she said, “you have over fifty plants in this library. Can I have one?

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Our farmstand with plenty of vegetables.

Farmer Jake jotted down some statistics about life and work on Troy Community Farm this year. It is very enlightening ... take a look!

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Please join Community GroundWorks and Urban Tree Alliance for a 5-week series about our local trees and forests. Classes meet on Wednesdays from 6:00-7:30 at the Lakeview Public Library and Troy Gardens; all classes are FREE! Registration is required.  See below.

The classes will feature:

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On Tuesday, after a scant four hours of working in the field, we loaded up the entire farm crew and headed off to Viola, WI to visit New Forest Farm for our annual field trip.  With Jake at the helm of a sixteen passenger rental van, two different sets of printed directions (apparently farming has taught Jake to hedge his bets) and a crew eager for a change of scenery, we snaked our way eighty miles northwest through the lush hills and valleys of the driftless region to our destination.

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