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|Credit Line||Nikki Rixon / Africa Media Online|
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|Keywords||africa, cape town, community, garden, gardening, growing vegetables, informal settlement, lavender hill, organic gardening, organic vegetables, poor community, poverty, soil for life, south africa, vegetable garden, vegetables, vegi garden, sustainable living, growing vegetables in tyres, watering, watering can, backyard, sanding soil, township, settlement, tyres, tomatoe plant, coloured lady, watering vegetable garden, makeshift watering can, recycling, unemployed, unemployment|
|Title||Soil for Life|
|Description||Denise Van De Berg waters her organic vegetable garden with a makeshift watering can made from a recycled plastic container. She has been on the Soil for Life training program for 2 months and is learning a great deal about gardening. She is currently unemployed but is very grateful to be able to transform her sandy backyard into an organic vegetable garden with which to feed her family.|
|Credit_line||Nikki Rixon / Africa Media Online|
|Pixel_size||4368 x 2912|