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What’s the Deal With: The York Community Farm?

Community eyesore turned community asset

The York Community Farm began in 2013 as a way to make something useful out of a patch of abandoned grass owned by the Washington State Department of Transportation. Today the garden grows pounds of fruits and vegetables
The York Community Farm began in 2013 as a way to make something useful out of a patch of abandoned grass owned by the Washington State Department of Transportation. Today the garden grows pounds of fruits and vegetables (Nolan Baker/Cascadia Daily News)
By Nolan Baker News Intern
Tucked against the cacophonous, 15-foot-high walls of Interstate 5 on James Street in Bellingham’s

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