"One way to solve discord on an island is to start a community garden.
"'The original purpose of this garden was to bring people together,' said Glen Carlson, a founding member and president of the Madeline Island Community Garden & Project, now in its seventh year.
"A one acre plot close to downtown La Pointe provides produce for 20 members this year, which includes individuals, families, and a few businesses. Carlson, also the co-owner of Madeline Island Candles, shared the garden's humble beginnings last week while also giving a tour of it."
Written by Hope McLeod for the Bayfield County Journal. Read the full article here.
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News articles featuring local food projects that are occurring in the Chequamegon Bay area