With more plantings in more places, Pikes Peak Urban Gardens grows its influence 

The plots thicken

Pikes Peak Urban Gardens' Victory Garden program just completed its first season, and the people involved have reaped a harvest to be proud of. Linda Mooney and Dick Anson, both retired and avid gardeners, are longtime volunteers for Westside CARES, which serves…

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