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O-H-I-Grow! Summit on Urban Ag & Community Gardening | Simply Living

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Sustainable Clintonville member Jodi Kushins and her family and friends operate “Over the Fence,” an urban farm in Columbus.  Over the Fence is dedicated to experimenting with, mastering, and sharing techniques for growing food that promote self-reliance and sustainability, and support our consumption of more fresh and locally harvested food.  Toward these ends, our farm serves as a demonstration site for season extension practices, vertical gardening, and permaculture design.

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