Thursday, March 29, 2018
March 29, 2018: Depaving Paradise. LIVE! Hillside Paradise Plots Community Garden
The demand for locally grown food is often higher among immigrants and refugees than the rest of the population. Often fed by agrarian roots or a hunger for foods from home, a resettlement agency recognized the need and decided to take action. World Relief Seattle joined forces with the community, a church, conservation and county agencies; to design one of the area's largest urban community gardens. Not only will the garden grow food that refugees can't find anywhere else, it's designed for a changing climate with on-site irrigation. Martha Baskin has the story.