September 27, 2020
By Ryan Laughlin
A nonprofit group that was trying to create a community garden in Albuquerque’s North Valley is back in square one after the land they leased was unexpectedly put up for sale.
“It was very discouraging,” said Cheryl Brasel, who lives nearby. “A community garden would really benefit the whole community.”
Brasel was expecting the first harvest from the new community garden this year, but now the only new thing coming out of the ground is a ‘For Sale’ sign.
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