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    Gallery: Somali Bantu farm in Wales reaping a harvest - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Khamisey Haji, left, and Ali Hamse return from the fields Wednesday morning at Liberation Farms in Wales after picking tomatoes, cucumbers and other produce.

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    Hassan Barjin cleans freshly picked tomatoes Wednesday morning at Liberation Farms in Wales.

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    Muhidin Libah, executive director of the Somali Bantu Community Association, stands in a field of sunflowers Wednesday at Liberation Farms in Wales.

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    Liberation Farms seasonal harvest coordinator Colleen Donlan picks cauliflower Wednesday morning in one of the fields at the Wales farm.

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    Freshly picked broccolini is ready Wednesday to be shipped to a customer at Liberation Farms in Wales.

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    A sign at Liberation Farms in Wales.

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    Liberation Farms in Wales is a 100-plus acre enterprise by Lewiston's Somali Bantu community. At left is a new pavilion made of eastern white pine and built on site in three days.

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    Liberation Farms seasonal harvest coordinator Colleen Donlan picks cauliflower Wednesday morning in one of the fields at Liberation Farms in Wales.

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    Hassan Barjin, right, heads back to the fields Wednesday morning to pick more produce at Liberation Farms in Wales.

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    Cucumbers and cherry tomatoes are harvested  Wednesday at Liberation Farms in Wales.

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    The farm stand at Liberation Farms in Wales is open noon-6 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Organizers say they learned this year that those were not the best days to be open and will change them next year.

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    Farmers, staff and visitors gather in May under the newly built pavilion at Liberation Farms in Wales. The enterprise is owned and operated by members of Lewiston's Somali Bantu community.

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