Steve Stoecker hands his son, Colston, 5, a bag of veggies to carry from Joe's Garden, 3100 Taylor Ave., last month. Colston, whose favorite vegetable is carrots, "gets excited every time they go to Joe's," said his father. Joe’s grows and sells seasonal produce and flowers.
Steve Stoecker hands his son, Colston, 5, a bag of veggies to carry from Joe's Garden, 3100 Taylor Ave., last month. Colston, whose favorite vegetable is carrots, "gets excited every time they go to Joe's," said his father. Joe’s grows and sells seasonal produce and flowers. SERGE GIACHETTI THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Steve Stoecker hands his son, Colston, 5, a bag of veggies to carry from Joe's Garden, 3100 Taylor Ave., last month. Colston, whose favorite vegetable is carrots, "gets excited every time they go to Joe's," said his father. Joe’s grows and sells seasonal produce and flowers. SERGE GIACHETTI THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 07, 2007 03:48 PM

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