Margaret “Peggy” Baker shows off sunflower cultivar grown in a Sequim-area organic garden. These, Norm Baker says, were supposed to be 5 feet tall but have exceeded expectations using biochar. Photo courtesy of Norm Baker

Margaret “Peggy” Baker shows off sunflower cultivar grown in a Sequim-area organic garden. These, Norm Baker says, were supposed to be 5 feet tall but have exceeded expectations using biochar. Photo courtesy of Norm Baker

Sequim Organic Gardners look to cultivate group growth, leaders

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