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Field work

On a hot July day at Yale, you might encounter on your lunchtime walk a field full of black-eyed susans, as we did yesterday near Farnam Gardens on Prospect Street. (That’s the newish Greenberg Conference Center in the background.) Yale’s grounds maintenance department creates “urban meadows” around the campus in the summer to “promote the natural regeneration of grasses and wildflowers.”

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