How Burundian Farmers Are Growing A Future In Kentucky03:33
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For some refugees, feeling at home in a new country can be difficult. But a group of refugees, mostly from from the small African country of Burundi, is adjusting to life in Louisville with the help of a new farm. (J. Tyler Franklin/WFPL)
For some refugees, feeling at home in a new country can be difficult. But a group of refugees, mostly from from the small African country of Burundi, is adjusting to life in Louisville with the help of a new farm. (J. Tyler Franklin/WFPL)
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A group of refugees from the small African country of Burundi is adjusting to life in Louisville, Kentucky, with the help of a new farm.

As Roxanne Scott (@WhosWorld) from WFPL reports, the farmers are using skills from their native country to reconnect to home and build an economic future.

This segment aired on September 21, 2017.

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