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Franklin (MA) Matters - Steve Sherlock EPISODE 529, 4th May 2021
FM #529 - VFJ Renovations - 04/22/21
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FM #529 - VFJ Renovations - 04/22/21

We had our conversation outdoor, in their yard, albeit with some traffic and breezy interference but it was good.

I was excited to be in person. We had met virtually almost a year ago (May 2020).  We discussed the second year of their raised garden bed initiative, to empower us with gardening.

The recording runs about 21 minutes, so let’s listen to my conversation with Jessi and Vinny

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Last year’s recording: https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/05/fm-261-vfj-renovations-empowering.html

The essay that caught my attention in 2020

https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/04/voices-of-franklin-get-back-to-where-we.html

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/VFJ-Renovations-336675640619192/ 

VFJ Renovations webpage and ordering process

https://www.vfjrenovations.com/empower-with-gardening-initiative 

Disclosure: I did purchase a 2.½ ‘x6’ garden bed last year and as discussed, I am looking forward to using it again this year.

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