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A 3,000-square-foot edible garden is coming to AT&T Park, where it will supply organic produce for the park's food operations and serve as a community classroom. The project, creatively dubbed 'Giants Garden', will take over underutilized space beyond the centerfield wall, with hydroponic troughs, planters, living walls, and an open-air dining area. "Kale, strawberries, broccolini, citrus, huckleberry ...The idea would be for people to sit there and watch the game and eat food from the garden," said Fedele Bauccio of Bon Appetit Management Co., which is partnering on the project. The Giants hope to unveil the garden at the start of the 2014 season. [Chron]

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