On the Troy Gardens CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) farm on the north side of Madison, farm manager Claire Strader (L to R), undergraduate April Johnson, and member Beulah Lee harvest soybeans during summer. The 31-acre garden is site of an outreach project in sustainable agriculture research and education, led by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. 
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Photo by: Michael Forster Rothbart
Date:  08/02     File#:   0208-143c-34

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