Residents turn apartment complex into quasi-farm

The backyard of Magnolia Gardens housing complex in

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The backyard of Magnolia Gardens housing complex in New Cassel is starting to look like a minifarm. Residents are growing vegetables from a community garden built this spring with help from Cornell Cooperative Extension.  (Credit: Newsday / Raychel Brightman)

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