A local community garden movement is growing more than plants in recent years. 

Grand Haven’s three community garden locations have grown in popularity with help from benefactors and community partners. The gardens at The Salvation Army, the dead end of Orchard Street and the municipal airport have open plots at $10 each for the growing season. 

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