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Alex Beam

Old McHarvard had a farm

By Alex Beam
Globe Columnist / October 31, 2008

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I was leafing through the latest version of Harvard's Allston development plans when I came across some elegant color renderings of a farm. It's all very bucolic: fat macoun apples dandling from leafy branches; carefully manicured rows of Brussels sprouts and cabbages; serried lines of fruit trees stretching into the horizon. Peachy! (Full article: 705 words)

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