The JAMsj Book Club January selection is From Internment, to Korea, to Solitude by Robert Wada.
In the early 1900s, Japanese immigrant families utilized specialized farming techniques to produce high yields of flowers, fruits and vegetables. Learn about these techniques by viewing the farming equipment that they employed.
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