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  • This immigrant community garden in Sacramento faces closure

    The immigrant gardeners from the International Garden of Many Colors are resisting the city's decision to close the garden and move the gardeners to the city-sanctioned garden close by

The immigrant gardeners from the International Garden of Many Colors are resisting the city's decision to close the garden and move the gardeners to the city-sanctioned garden close by Ellen Garrison egarrison@sacbee.com
The immigrant gardeners from the International Garden of Many Colors are resisting the city's decision to close the garden and move the gardeners to the city-sanctioned garden close by Ellen Garrison egarrison@sacbee.com

They’ve been gardening in the same place since the ’90s. Now the city wants them to move.

September 14, 2017 3:55 AM

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