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From that first crop of garlic, Pleasant Lake Farm grew

She left consulting to tend the land

By Diana Kuan
Globe Correspondent / August 9, 2006

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HARWICH -- Karen Lee had suffered through enough early morning drives from Cape Cod to Reading to realize she couldn't spend the rest of her life as a leadership consultant in the corporate world. In late 2002, during one of her 100-mile commutes, she caught a story on National Public Radio about niche farming. She was intrigued. All she needed ... (Full article: 919 words)

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