After a tough day at the public defender's office, Barry Butler enjoys nothing more than pulling weeds, digging up rocks or checking on his beloved garlic bulbs. Butler, the head public defender in Stamford, has been growing organic garlic for about 20 years, mainly just for fun. He's given away most of what he's grown. But now Butler is gearing up for his first harvest as a commercial garlic farmer; he and his business partner have established Old New England Garlic.
Public Defender Digs Up New Business
The Connecticut Law Tribune
April 5, 2010
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