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Larned Community Garden benefits

Fort Hays State University agriculture students work Thursday at the Larned Community Garden.

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By Jim Misunas

LARNED — Christa Milton grew up on a family farm outside Hudson. She felt right at home working on the Larned Community Garden.
“I was riding a combine as a baby,” Milton said.
The Fort Hays State University student was the 2012 valedictorian at St. John High School. She grew up on the family farm of her parents, Ivan and Lisa Milton. The family raises wheat, corn, soybeans, milo and alfalfa.
“We have a garden at home, but this is more hands-on working with other people. We talk about what we’re doing in class ...

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