Tally says that he now has his dream career.
"I'm blessed," he said, adding that he hopes to return to school to further his horticulture studies.
He is in the garden almost every day planting, digging and cultivating food that is distributed to community volunteers and to the food pantry.
"I just don't want anybody to have to take something out of the garbage to eat," Tally said, explaining why he spends so much time in the garden.
Recently, he started managing an internship program that allows people who are homeless to volunteer in the garden.
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