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Seeding a forest for eating in Clifton Park

Once it was a garden, then a bramble-choked thicket of invasive trees. And soon, Eric Kelly hopes, this plot in Clifton Park will become a forest full of edible plants ¿ fruit trees, vegetables and tubers, berries and herbs.

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