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Refugees and immigrants grow homeland foods at Kent community garden

WASHINGTON – A Kent parking lot has turned into a sustainable urban garden where refugees and immigrants can grow the foods that remind them of home.

Initial seed money for the community garden came from the King Conservation District who promote sustainable use of natural resources and are always ready to welcome new farmers..

Source: Refugees and immigrants grow homeland foods at Kent community garden

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