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Real Estate - April 29, 2011

When life gives you lemons ...

Locals make good use of surplus fruit

by Karla Kane / photographs Veronica Weber

A yard full of fruit trees can offer fragrant blossoms, lovely looks and healthy snacks. But what to do when a yard is so, well, fruitful that you end up with more bounty than you and your neighbors can eat? Rather than letting it go to waste, one option is to donate the surplus fruit to organizations that feed the needy.

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Editorial Assistant Karla Kane can be emailed at kkane@paweekly.com.


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