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Back to the garden

Maine farmer and author Eliot Coleman uses a ''cool house'' to grow vegetables year-round. Maine farmer and author Eliot Coleman uses a ''cool house'' to grow vegetables year-round. (Barbara Damrosch)
By Jan Gardner
May 10, 2009

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With the economy in the doldrums and first lady Michelle Obama having planted a vegetable garden at the White House, growing your own food is suddenly the thing to do. New books offer help to novices as well as experienced hands. (Full article: 560 words)

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