Local foods benefit consumer, grower | Detroit Lakes Online

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Dallas Flynn, rural Frazee, uses high tunnels to extend the growing season for his tomatoes and other produce, which he sells at the Lakes Area Farmer's Market and to Spanky's Stone Hearth. (Brian Basham/DL Newspapers)

Local foods benefit consumer, grower

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Anybody who has eaten corn on the cob cooked up fresh from the field, or a sun-warmed apple off the tree, or a juicy home-grown tomato -- not to mention fresh walleye -- knows it's not always about eating organic, sometimes it's just about eating locally grown food.


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