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A new initiative by the United Way of Lancaster County may soon ease food concerns for residents.
Carolyn Petroski, interim director of the local United Way, said her organization is spearheading a community garden initiative, hoping to grow food to help the needy in the area as early as this summer.
The plan is locate a plot of land, identify people in need and then allow them to plant and harvest food from the area.
Petroski said the Lancaster County Recreation Department will most likely provide space for a garden.
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