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On a small plot of land off River Road, some volunteer farmers are doing big things

The 3-year-old River Road Gardens at the Tucson Waldorf School's River Bend Campus takes up only an acre. It's too small to be considered a farm, although it's a lot larger than the typical backyard garden. But the operation, run by the…

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