Community Garden Opens In Staunton

STAUNTON, Va. - Habitat for Humanity officially opened a community garden in Staunton on Saturday.

People who live in the neighborhood will be able to use plots of the land to plant and grow their own fruits, vegetables and flowers.

The people who donated the land say it's all in an effort to give back to a community that gave so much to them.

"We just want this town to know that the Burress family is always there for them, and if we can do something to make things work around here, in this town, then I would rather do that," says Tammy Burress who used to live on the land.

The donors were made a honorary Habitat for Humanity family.


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