Community garden being prepared for planting this spring

submitted by Mina Lindelof

Signs of spring abound. I don’t know about you, but the warm weather last week made me anxious to get out and start digging in the dirt and planting flowers and vegetables. This year we are fortunate to have space set aside for a community garden. “Leah’s Garden” is named for Glenwood City School District’s previous community education director, Leah Rule, who initiated the effort to create a community garden spot.

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