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Trustees Market cultivates life in Savannah
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In 1734, on a high bluff overlooking the Savannah River, James Oglethorpe planted a garden to nourish a young city in a new world. In 2008, Charles Morris assumed the cultivation of Oglethorpe's garden to nourish a great city for the whole world.
On Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 88 Randolph Street from 4-7 p.m., Trustees Market will host its third celebration of a growing community of producers and consumers of local, sustainable products.
Trustees Market features local farmers, music, art and food.
Trustees Market will launch its weekly market Sept. 13 by hosting Savannah's second annual GreenFest. Upcoming market dates are Aug. 6, Sept. 3, Sept. 13 (GreenFest) and starting again weekly on Sept. 24.

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