This sign near the Harrison School District 2 administration building is the only indication of a nearby urban garden.
This sign near the Harrison School District 2 administration building is the only indication of a nearby urban garden.

Pikes Peak Urban Gardens founder Larry Stebbins’ duties are too numerous to fit on a business card. Botanist, community advocate, unifier and oasis-maker are just the tip of the radish. On one summer day or another, through an undistinctive parking lot lined with barbed-wire-topped fences, Stebbins will trek across a pitted driveway to the north […]

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