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On January 13, 2014

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Planting Justice and Insight Garden Project’s recent collaboration building a vegetable garden in San Quentin State Prison was featured this weekend on NPR’s Blog: The Salt .
Check it out below:

Planting Justice on NPR – The Salt Blog!!

 

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