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May 7, 2013 12:00 AM

Fight against hunger with your own backyard garden

When the Olympia City Council updated an ordinance allowing residents to engage in more backyard farming, the capital city joined other Thurston County jurisdictions in a growing trend. More people — urban and rural — are growing or raising some of their own food.

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