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That Piece of Land They Call "Abandoned"

harvesting sorghum at my home garden this week This is a letter I sent to board leadership of my local community garden after seeing an email that referred to a space where I had grown things in the past as "abandoned." I have never been asked to share what I've learned that could be valuable to others before I formally ended my stewardship of that space with my city contacts over a year ago.
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