When Concord farmer Patrick McGrath died suddenly on June 30, customers feared that it would be the end of his beloved farmstand. But neighbors and friends rallied, mobilizing rapidly into a volunteer force that has already covered over 200 hours of work at the farmstand this season – and those involved say it’s not only about providing corn and tomatoes but about continuing the tradition of a man who loved farming and shared his enthusiasm with one and all.
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