Letter – Green story

Re: Green Crows, Sept. 1-7

Green story

Re: Green Crows, Sept. 1-7

A huge thank you to Tim Collins for introducing us to some of our people who, indeed, help with the greening of Victoria while eeking out a small living. They are not “the” homeless. They are people who happen not to have homes and who do have stories. Thank you to Monday for making it your front page story.

Joanna Wilkinson, Victoria

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