Laura Plaut, director of Farm Camp at Bobbibrook Farm, shows a nervous Iris Hicks, 7, a baby turkey and asks if Hicks would like to hold it June 23, 2011 in Fairhaven. The camp, put on by the nonprofit Common Threads Farm to educate children about where their food comes from, is moving to Western Washington University's Outback Farm.
Laura Plaut, director of Farm Camp at Bobbibrook Farm, shows a nervous Iris Hicks, 7, a baby turkey and asks if Hicks would like to hold it June 23, 2011 in Fairhaven. The camp, put on by the nonprofit Common Threads Farm to educate children about where their food comes from, is moving to Western Washington University's Outback Farm. The Bellingham Herald
Laura Plaut, director of Farm Camp at Bobbibrook Farm, shows a nervous Iris Hicks, 7, a baby turkey and asks if Hicks would like to hold it June 23, 2011 in Fairhaven. The camp, put on by the nonprofit Common Threads Farm to educate children about where their food comes from, is moving to Western Washington University's Outback Farm. The Bellingham Herald

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