In this 2014 photo, Growing Veterans Director Chris Brown, left, talks to veteran Billy Pacaccio while processing lettuce at the nonprofit program’s organic farm south of Lynden. The program has won a three-year, $175,000 grant to train veterans to be effective “peer supporters” for other veterans.
In this 2014 photo, Growing Veterans Director Chris Brown, left, talks to veteran Billy Pacaccio while processing lettuce at the nonprofit program’s organic farm south of Lynden. The program has won a three-year, $175,000 grant to train veterans to be effective “peer supporters” for other veterans. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
In this 2014 photo, Growing Veterans Director Chris Brown, left, talks to veteran Billy Pacaccio while processing lettuce at the nonprofit program’s organic farm south of Lynden. The program has won a three-year, $175,000 grant to train veterans to be effective “peer supporters” for other veterans. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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