Salem community gardens enjoying a successful summer
Last summer, there was a rash of vandalism and thefts at the farm that saw produce thieves taking advantage of the hard work of those who cultivated the 24 plots at the community garden.
So far, so good, according to Blondin.
“The gardeners are very diligent this year,” she said. “Anything they see where they don’t know which way to go, they have been calling me and letting me know.”
Blondin said the barrel will be more clearly marked in the future, to minimize the likelihood that it becomes an issue when it comes time to empty it.
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