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Farmland guaranteed long life after Land Trust protection

Katie and Mark Green were able to live their dream of owning their Wild Hare Organic Farm along River Road in Puyallup with the help of the PCC Farmland Trust.
Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Farmland guaranteed long life after Land Trust protection 0:54

Farmland guaranteed long life after Land Trust protection

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