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Reaping dividends

Consumers snap up farm shares, which supply fresh produce and bolster local growers

The farm stand at Land’s Sake in Weston, where a community-supported agriculture program provides weekly allotments of produce to shareholders. The farm stand at Land’s Sake in Weston, where a community-supported agriculture program provides weekly allotments of produce to shareholders. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Christina Pazzanese
Globe Correspondent / August 14, 2008

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Less than 2 miles from the intersection of the Mass. Pike and Route 128, Land's Sake Farm in Weston is an unlikely oasis of raspberry and strawberry fields and rows of everything from arugula to zucchini. (Full article: 1374 words)

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