A flower a day...

Martha Sirjane, co-owner of Caravan Gardens in Cuttingsville, assembles flower boquets at her pop-up market space outside of the Rutland Community Health Center Wednesday afternoon. The Farmacy Project, which distributes aggregated food prescriptions from farmers like Sirjane recently began having a drop off location at the health center and is featuring suppliers for weekly pop-ups for their drop offs. (Robert Layman / Staff Photo)

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