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Boston’s public orchards offer more than a bounty of fruit

EarthWorks leads a group of volunteers and neighborhood residents in harvesting sour cherries at William E. Russell School in Dorchester. EarthWorks leads a group of volunteers and neighborhood residents in harvesting sour cherries at William E. Russell School in Dorchester. (Genevieve Rajewski for The Boston Globe)
By Genevieve Rajewski
Globe Correspondent / July 28, 2010

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From a moving car, the William E. Russell school’s yard looks as ordinary as that at any other Boston elementary school. (Full article: 844 words)

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