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Annual Tour de Farm shows Durango’s greenthumbs
Lynn Coburn takes Tour de Farms riders on a tour of her garden in Durango on Sunday on West Third Avenue.
Mayor Michael Rendon talks to visitors Sunday in his backyard garden. Rendon showcased berries, chickens and honey bees on the Tour de Farms. At Rendon’s right is director of La Plata County Extension Office Darrin Parmenter.
A bowl of tomatoes greets visitors to the garden of Lynn Coburn on Sunday on West Third Avenue.
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The Tour de Farm was sponsored by Healthy Lifestyle La Plata, the Colorado State University Extension office, Carver Brewing Co., Edible San Juan Mountains magazine, Sunnyside Meats, Zia Taqueria, Your Backyard Harvest and Durango Natural Food Co-op.

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Lynn Coburn takes Tour de Farms riders on a tour of her garden in Durango on Sunday on West Third Avenue.
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Mayor Michael Rendon talks to visitors Sunday in his backyard garden. Rendon showcased berries, chickens and honey bees on the Tour de Farms. At Rendon’s right is director of La Plata County Extension Office Darrin Parmenter.
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A bowl of tomatoes greets visitors to the garden of Lynn Coburn on Sunday on West Third Avenue.
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