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Community garden in Seattle gives refugees a place to call home
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14 October 2020
On 14 October 2020 TODAY (NBC) reported:
Once a neglected parking lot on the outskirts of Seattle, this community garden is now host to 44 plots tended to by refugee families from 23 different countries. Founded and maintained by the refugee resettlement organization World Relief Seattle, the garden is a testament to the community's resilience through the challenges of the pandemic.
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