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Seattle's P-Patch Gardens Give Immigrants a Taste of Home

Originally aired: Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Category: News
The P-Patch program now has 90 community gardens, shared by people living all over the city. Many of these gardeners are immigrants, who use their patches to grow vegetables native to their home countries. And even when they're growing carrots or kale, they're cooking their native food. Also, learn the history behind the P in P-Patch.

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