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June 20, 2013

Epicures Garden just keeps growing

GLASGOW — Dan Steeby and Anna Horvath may be new to the farming arena, but they’re learning quickly. The couple brings years of experience in the farmers market-centered lifestyle of the Pacific Northwest to the new niche they are finding as Epicures Garden, producers for the Bounty of the Barrens farmers market in Glasgow.

“We moved out here from Washington state,” Steeby said. “We were just looking for a change and this was a change.”


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