Recent New London backyard stroll – theday.com

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Margie Sydney, left, takes a look at bean while she and Elaine Lombardi, both of Waterford, get in a trellis tunnel of Chinese long beans Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022, while at the Cottage Street Urban Farm in New London. The females were taking part in the FRESH New London Garden Walk for Food Justice fundraiser occasion. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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Farmers assistant Jennifer Fiestas discusses how the raised garden, painted green, is a free neighborhood food bed at the Cottage Street Urban Farm on Saturday, Sept. 17,2022, throughout the FRESH New London Garden Walk for Food Justice fundraiser event in New London. The other raised garden beds are painted red for family rented, blue for FRESH staff and the blue and red are do not choose. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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Farm manager Sydney Henderson, center, informs people about the Cottage Street Urban Farm Saturday, Sept. 17,2022, throughout the FRESH New London Garden.(Dana Jensen/The Day)
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A lady strolls though a trellis tunnel of Chinese long beans, right, at the Cottage Street Urban Farm Saturday, Sept. 17,2022, throughout the FRESH New London Garden Walk for Food Justice fundraiser occasion in New London. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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Connecticut College trainee Tori Wagner, a volunteer with Fresh New London, strolls by the raised gardens at McDonald Park Community Garden during the FRESH New London Garden Walk for Food Justice occasion Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022, in New London. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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FRESH New London Garden held a Walk for Food Justice fundraiser event Saturday in New London.People participating in the event might walk a roughly two and a half mile loop to go to 5 garden websites that have snack beds, neighborhood gardens and likewise the terraced Cottage Street Urban Farm.People at each place had the ability to learn about farming methods that produces a wide array of local produce.