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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Volunteers from the Home Depot Foundation plated vegetables for vets who live at the Facilities of the Amity Foundation to give some local vets a brand new garden.

Six of those people are local homeless veterans, according to officials.

The volunteers will install an irrigation system, till soil and put in a fence.  They're also building a wall of tomato plants.

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