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University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Eagle Heights’ Community Gardens Highlight Madison’s Diversity

Few places in the city display UW-Madison’s diversity more vividly than Eagle Heights Community Gardens, which is said to be both the oldest and the largest community garden in the U.S.

It opened in 1962, when the tent colony for summer school students was closed. Since then, produce grown there has fed thousands of families on shoestring budgets, most of them students living in Eagle Heights apartments.
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