ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD 
 Ruth Story and Master Gardener James L. Franklin are excited about a community garden on 34th Street in Gulfport. The city, which owns the land, has partnered with Story's nonprofit, EEECHO, to oversee the garden. Hopes are it will grown to include a farmer's market.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD Ruth Story and Master Gardener James L. Franklin are excited about a community garden on 34th Street in Gulfport. The city, which owns the land, has partnered with Story's nonprofit, EEECHO, to oversee the garden. Hopes are it will grown to include a farmer's market.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD Ruth Story and Master Gardener James L. Franklin are excited about a community garden on 34th Street in Gulfport. The city, which owns the land, has partnered with Story's nonprofit, EEECHO, to oversee the garden. Hopes are it will grown to include a farmer's market.

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