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I beg to differ about the comment that raised beds keep out woodchucks. I have a nest of babies in my tallest bed, about 4 foot tall.

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Amy Renea
oh NO! A nest of woodchucks?? NOT GOOD! (Sidenote: Do they nest aboveground?)
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