While I struggle to shield my scraggly tomato plants from the glaring sun and feel daunted by the idea of adding another pot to my miniscule vegetable corner, here is this lovely story of a family that created a farm in a remote corner of Alaska. They had to find ways to do things that had never been done before but they persevered and now have fresh fruits and vegetables, sustainably grown for themselves and their community!
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