In September 2015, Gregory Tkachuk, an immigrant from Moldavia, sampled wine grapes on his community garden plot at Tacoma Community College. The college announced last summer that it would be closing the garden at the end of October due to adjacent new construction and safety concerns, but now it will remain open under the aegis of the Pierce Conservation District.
In September 2015, Gregory Tkachuk, an immigrant from Moldavia, sampled wine grapes on his community garden plot at Tacoma Community College. The college announced last summer that it would be closing the garden at the end of October due to adjacent new construction and safety concerns, but now it will remain open under the aegis of the Pierce Conservation District. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015
In September 2015, Gregory Tkachuk, an immigrant from Moldavia, sampled wine grapes on his community garden plot at Tacoma Community College. The college announced last summer that it would be closing the garden at the end of October due to adjacent new construction and safety concerns, but now it will remain open under the aegis of the Pierce Conservation District. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015

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