Plattsburgh, NY, Mar 08, 2010 — Winter can seem long; even snow and winter sports enthusiasts begin to yearn for open ground as the sun gets stronger and stronger in March. And gardeners can start to go a little stir-crazy. This past weekend, the weather gave eager folks a chance to get outdoors. It also prompted an early season to-do list when horticulturist Amy Ivy spoke with Martha Foley this morning.
(For info on School and Community Garden Training, a workshop for teachers and community gardeners, at St. Lawrence University March 30, call 315-267-3411)
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