Zarron Brown, a former U.S. Marine, in his garden at his home in Miami Gardens. Brown is part of FIU's new farming outreach program, designed to help veterans launch second careers or expand careers in agriculture.
Zarron Brown, a former U.S. Marine, in his garden at his home in Miami Gardens. Brown is part of FIU's new farming outreach program, designed to help veterans launch second careers or expand careers in agriculture. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Zarron Brown, a former U.S. Marine, in his garden at his home in Miami Gardens. Brown is part of FIU's new farming outreach program, designed to help veterans launch second careers or expand careers in agriculture. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Veterans find a new purpose through farming with help of FIU program

June 28, 2015 4:15 PM

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