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A tiny urban farm, a bounty of benefits

Greg Maslowe not only works the fields but also runs a variety of educational programs at Angino Community Farm, the only farm left in Newton. The barn (background) is being converted into program space. Greg Maslowe not only works the fields but also runs a variety of educational programs at Angino Community Farm, the only farm left in Newton. The barn (background) is being converted into program space. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Brian Benson
Globe Correspondent / October 16, 2008

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It may not be the sprawling 50-acre countryside farm he once dreamed of running, but for Newton resident Greg Maslowe, the 2 acres of city-owned property in south Newton is just right. (Full article: 881 words)

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