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Growing community one tomato, zucchini, watermelon, pumpkin, strawberry at a time

How a community garden is helping a church and its neighbors in Galt beautify a street and keep kitchens stocked with fresh produce

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Posted: Friday, August 10, 2012 7:43 am

Earl Arrants plucks a long green bean from vines that stretch to the sky as they twist around a homemade trellis. He  has already gone through his garden once, picking 3-inch-long Romano green beans and zucchinis, but he’s missed a few.

“Maybe one more day,” he says, pushing his way through giant leaves on a zucchini plant. He points out a green squash. It is just slightly smaller than the three he’s already picked and set aside to take home.

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