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Come plant at Wright-Locke Farm on April 20

On Saturday, April 20, come join the planting of the WIN Fast Forest at Wright-Locke Farm. FILE PHOTO

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The following was submitted by Prassede Calabi on behalf of the Fast Forest committee:

On Saturday, April 20, come join the planting of the WIN Fast Forest, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Wright-Locke Farm, 82 Ridge St. Rain date is Sunday, April 21.

Sign up for one or more hour-long slots. There will be some spades, shovels and gloves available, but please bring your own if you have them.

There will soon be a 90-second video on ‘how to’ plant - it’s straightforward.

Children under 17 must be accompanied by adults.

If you’re not already a Wright-Locke Farm volunteer, please fill out this form prior to volunteering.

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