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    Jerry Rivard, left, and Lee Burnett talk outside a barn at Rivard’s farm In Springvale. Rivard’s farm is one of 10 connected by a walking trail participating in the farm walk on July 23.

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    Jerry Rivard stands outside a barn at his farm In Springvale. Rivard, 93, and his wife bought their farm in 1952. The farm will be part of the Springvale Farm Walk.

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    The Noon Family Sheep Farm in Springvale is one of the 10 farms participating in the Springvale Farm Walk – which is similar to farm walk traditions in Europe.

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    The Noon Family Sheep Farm In Springvale is one of 10 farms that are participating in Farm Walk on July 23.

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    Lee Burnett of Forest Works, a conservation group in York County, came up with the idea for the farm walk to draw attention to the 75 miles of trails and paths in Sanford.

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    Hazen Carpenter has easements on his land for the 1-mile Springvale Farm Trail, which connects to the Sanford Rail Trail.

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    Our Farm in Springvale is one of 10 farms participating in the farm walk July 23.

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    Hazen Carpenter, left, owner of Carpenter Tree Farm, Emily Sharood, center, owner of Mousam Way Farms, and Aron Gonslaves, owner of Our Farm In Springvale.

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