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Slideshow: UF edible landscaping builds vegetable beds on campus

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Most people know about the campus bat houses, where about 300,000 bats live, emerging at dusk as a crowd of waiting people watch. Less well-known are the Student Agricultural Gardens, 77 plots of land next to the bat houses that students, faculty and members of the community can rent for $10 or $20 per semester.

For more information about the Eternally Edible Landscaping Club, contact eternallyedibleUF@gmail.com.

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