Local farms get a boost from ACORN volunteers

ACORN’S WORKING BEE brigades are intended to help area farmers tackle various tasks with support from a team of volunteers. Here, participants at a March working bee event plant tomatoes at Singing Cedars Farmstead in Orwell. Photo courtesy of Lilah Krugman

Community members can join “working bee” brigades organized by ACORN to help tackle various projects on area farms, from onion planting to sheep shearing.

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