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Community garden planned for Wausau's east side

City would give rent-free space for plots

8:30 PM, May 12, 2013
Volunteer Pao Xiong, of Wausau, works on a garden lot Sunday afternoon at the East Towne Community Garden in Wausau.
Volunteer Pao Xiong, of Wausau, works on a garden lot Sunday afternoon at the East Towne Community Garden in Wausau.
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Local leaders are plotting to build the city's biggest community garden on Wausau's east side.

The city is considering lending the Wausau Urban Community Gardens several vacant lots in the 1500 block of Second Street so a garden can be built on the site, Wausau's Community Development Director Ann Werth said. The garden would provide 30 to 40 plots on which residents could grow produce, flowers and herbs.

If the community gardens group strikes an agreement with the city for the lots, officials plan to relocate the community garden near Bridge Community Clinic, at 1810 Second St., to the 1500 ...

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