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THE DRY RIVERBED THAT that borders Riverside, Denis Elliott’s “host” farm, is sandy beneath our feet. It’s littered with driftwood and mussel shells. A bilious-green waterhole supports a few die-hard European carp. A family of wood ducks parades among exposed tree roots. “Water is only two-thirds of a river,” says farmer-turned-tourist operator Denis. “The big trees,… View Article