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vacy. “But now I think the more people, the
better. Maybe someone who comes through
will be the one who’s going to save us.”
open houses are the third weekend of the
month, May through October, Saturdays 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. and Sundays noon to 4 p.m. Admission
is $8 for adults with no charge for children. Dogs
are not allowed. On May 17 and 18, guests will be
invited to view “Noah and His Ark,” a project in
which 175 junior and senior high school students
created pairs of sculpted creatures. “There will
also be live music and a volunteer curator,” says
Jill Nooney. “It’s just going to be a fun thing.”
Find out more about Bedrock Gardens at
bedrockgardens.org. Nooney’s art can be viewed
and purchased at finegarden.com. To learn more
about preserving gardens in northern New
England, visit gardensne.org.
in nooney’s hands, old farm equipment such
as a vintage tractor seat (above top) becomes
garden furniture. An assortment of globes
(above bottom) from the All-You-Need-Is-Balls
Garden sit atop inventive pedestals.
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