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Posted by blaketaylore (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 26, 12 at 7:34

Quebec Couple Wins Right To Grow Vegetables On Front Lawn

Saturday, 25 August 2012 09:57

'The city of Drummondville Quebec has ruled in favor of a couples right to grow their own vegetables on their front lawn! This case could set a precedent and generate a ripple effect that would see families all across the nation following in their footsteps and growing their own organic non GMO fresh produce.'

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Good news! Can't have too many gardens! :)

RE: Good News

Blake, I was reading a magazine the other day and there was a woman who was part of an HOA that did not allow vegetable gardens in the front yard. But that was her only sun area. She did an amazing job "hiding" the veggies in amongst perennials. It's a shame that good quality food has to be hidden.

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