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Lise Abazs and the Carleton College students planted peppers, tomatoes, Swiss chard, kohlrabi and cabbage that will be transferred to the Wolf Ridge greenhouse when it is complete. For now, they are growing under lamps in a Wolf Ridge classroom. (David Abazs).

Wolf Ridge farm prepares for growing season

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With several inches of snow still on the ground, it's hard to imagine that the Minnesota vegetable planting season will soon be here.

However, the farm at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center in Finland was a beehive of activity during the last week of March. A group of Carleton College students and farm manager David Abazs spent the week preparing the land for its first season.

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