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  • CAROL LOLLIS
Harry Santiago, owner of Santiago trees out of Springfield, and his employee Juan Torres, pull up trees in a field off Rocky Hill Rd. in Hadley for Wanczyk Evergreen Nursey.

    CAROL LOLLIS Harry Santiago, owner of Santiago trees out of Springfield, and his employee Juan Torres, pull up trees in a field off Rocky Hill Rd. in Hadley for Wanczyk Evergreen Nursey. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS
left Nicolas Argueta and Carlos Morales, employees of Nourse Farm, put up a High Tunnel structure which will extend the growing season of berries.

    CAROL LOLLIS left Nicolas Argueta and Carlos Morales, employees of Nourse Farm, put up a High Tunnel structure which will extend the growing season of berries. Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
Chris Davies

    JERREY ROBERTS Chris Davies Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
Southampton firefighter Jeremy LaRochelle douses a hay field in the aftermath of a brush fire Monday in Pomeroy Meadow Road in Southampton.

    JERREY ROBERTS Southampton firefighter Jeremy LaRochelle douses a hay field in the aftermath of a brush fire Monday in Pomeroy Meadow Road in Southampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Dynamic duo

KEVIN GUTTING

Ryan Gougeon, left, of Worthington and Jack Rustico of Goshen, both 4, trike around the New Hingham Elementary School gymnasium earlier this month.

    Dynamic duo KEVIN GUTTING Ryan Gougeon, left, of Worthington and Jack Rustico of Goshen, both 4, trike around the New Hingham Elementary School gymnasium earlier this month. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING
George Delia, left, a senior in the Stockbridge School of the University of Massachusetts, helps judge the knot-tying abilities of Norfolk County Agricultural High School students, in hard hats from left, Alan Quinn, Jonathan Rice and Vinny Francios (only hands visible) during an arbor skills career development contest held in Look Park on Wednesday. Several state vocational schools from as far away as Cape Cod took part in the one day event hosted by the Forestry department at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School.

    KEVIN GUTTING George Delia, left, a senior in the Stockbridge School of the University of Massachusetts, helps judge the knot-tying abilities of Norfolk County Agricultural High School students, in hard hats from left, Alan Quinn, Jonathan Rice and Vinny Francios (only hands visible) during an arbor skills career development contest held in Look Park on Wednesday. Several state vocational schools from as far away as Cape Cod took part in the one day event hosted by the Forestry department at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School. Purchase photo reprints »

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