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Cranberry Wire

"Becoming stewards to what was once the largest contiguous cranberry bog in the world has been a balancing act for the Nantucket Conservation Foundation. At one end of the see-saw is the need to make enough money to keep farming the bogs, at the other end is the idea that a working farm with a century and a half history is an important part of the island's agricultural heritage." More on that balancing act this way. [Inquirer and Mirror; image via MOTT/flickr]