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Ideas for community gardens germinate in Hartford parks

Ideas for community gardens germinate in Hartford parks
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Community gardens are already a part of the landscape at Ratcliffe Park and the Quechee Green, but members of a town committee called Resilient Hartford see an opportunity to grow more food on town-owned land.The group, in...

Subscribe Donate Ideas for community gardens germinate in Hartford parks Resilient Hartford, a town committee, and the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department are surveying community members about the possibility of expanded opportunities to grow food on town land like at the community garden at Ratcliffe Park in White River Junction, Vt.Dartmouth College seniors Liz Cook, left, and John Perrotti, right, of White River Junction, came to Ratcliffe Park in White River Junction, Vt.Erik Almestica, of White River Junction, reaches for a rebound while shooting baskets with Lalo Donnelly, left, of Hanover, and Hannah LaPlaca, middle, of South Royalton, at Ratcliffe Park in White River Junction, Vt.By NORA DOYLE-BURR Valley News Staff Writer Published: 9/22/2020 9:43:27 PM Modified: 9/22/2020 9:43:24 PM WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Community gardens are already a part of the landscape at Ratcliffe Park and the Quechee Green, but members of a town committee called Resilient Hartford see an opportunity to grow more food on town-owned land.

” Resilient Hartford is first focusing on developing alternative uses for Ratcliffe Park, which is on the Connecticut River in White River Junction, and Clifford Park, which sits along the White River in West Hartford.(Valley News - James M.

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