Russian and Ukranian immigrants who have worked more than an acre of land at Tacoma Community College for years banded together after the garden was nearly bulldozed last fall. Their garden will now have official status, leadership and rules.
Russian and Ukranian immigrants who have worked more than an acre of land at Tacoma Community College for years banded together after the garden was nearly bulldozed last fall. Their garden will now have official status, leadership and rules. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015
Russian and Ukranian immigrants who have worked more than an acre of land at Tacoma Community College for years banded together after the garden was nearly bulldozed last fall. Their garden will now have official status, leadership and rules. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015

Matt Driscoll: A happy ending for Tacoma Community College’s beloved garden

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