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A Garden for the Poor

Kelly Zegers reports for The Suffolk Times on Long Island:

In recent weeks, those taking note of the American flag truck on County Route 48 that marks the location of Treiber Farms in Southold have likely also seen, just yards away, the Rev. Roger Joslin working with volunteers to create a new garden.

They’re involved in the Common Ground project, building a garden meant to provide locals in need with fresh fruits and vegetables they might not otherwise be able to enjoy.

“There’s many people who can’t afford fresh fruits and vegetables and nutritious food, kind of getting by on staples,” said the Rev. Joslin, who became vicar of Holy Trinity Church in Greenport and Church of the Redeemer in Mattituck a year ago.

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