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For their May meeting, 13 members of the Great Bend Garden Club traveled to Heartland Farms, a beautiful 80-acre homestead in rural Rush County near Pawnee Rock.
They were greeted by Sister Jane, one of the Dominican Sisters of Peace who live and work at the farm. The group enjoyed a morning of learning about and observing the organic gardens, a building built ecologically of straw bales, specialty chickens which are raised for selling farm fresh eggs, a herd of inquisitive alpacas with a newborn baby alpaca, and a meditation area in an unusual, acoustically-perfect silo. There was opportunity to ...

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