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Gardening, once done for survival, takes a therapeutic turn for refugee

For Lamya Ali, gardening is a refuge. “It is therapeutic for me,” she says. “It relieves stress; it is very relaxing and calming. I don’t know if that’s in my roots because my grandparents were farmers.” During the growing season, you’ll often find her near 18th and F Streets in Lincoln, tending a plot in

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