ELKHART — This is a great time to hone your skills as a gardener, enthusiasts say.

“The pandemic has created an opportunity for us to grow more food and share more food with each other instead of depending on other countries to supply us with our food,” said Seed to Feed Director Chelsea Risser. “People are realizing that they want to start being a part of this local food movement.”

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sidearm

Good thing they are not in Michigan or they would go to jail, unless they were growing pot.

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