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Getting their gardens home delivered

TOM HERDE/GLOBE STAFFDemita Frazier (left) of Green City Growers works with Stacey Barker on Barker's backyard garden. TOM HERDE/GLOBE STAFFDemita Frazier (left) of Green City Growers works with Stacey Barker on Barker's backyard garden. (Tom Herde/Globe Staff)
By Michael Prager
Globe Correspondent / June 10, 2009

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Think of them as very-fresh-veggie delivery services. United by commitments to the environment and reverence for the magic of soil, a trio of urban ag outfits are bringing farms directly to their customers, removing sod, building beds (raised, amended, or both), and planting to order. Depending on the business model, these farmers will get you started or tend the plots ... (Full article: 718 words)

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