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Power in seeds: Urban gardening gains momentum in COVID-19 pandemic

This photo provided by Stephen Zeigler shows Ron Finley in a garden in Los Angeles. Interest in gardening has grown around the country. And urban gardeners say it’s particularly important for the health and resiliency of city neighborhoods. (Stephen Ziegler via AP)

This photo provided by Stephen Zeigler shows Ron Finley in a garden in Los Angeles. Interest in gardening has grown around the country. And urban gardeners say it’s particularly important for the health and resiliency of city neighborhoods. (Stephen Ziegler via AP)

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