Asylum seekers growing veggies


4BC Talking Gardening: Clair Levander talks with Kim Hutchinson from Red Cross on their latest project to teach asylum seekers how to grow vegetables.

This is a pilot project that has started in Melbourne to help asylum seekers, not only to settle into their new home but, gain new skills and reduce our food security problems.


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