|Agromin soil conditioner at EARTHS School.|
Magnet School in Newbury Park was the recipient of approximately 2 tons of soil
conditioner from Agromin this week. The school picked up 60, 1.5 cubic foot
bags. The conditioner will be used in the school's 12 raised garden beds and in
other garden areas depicting all sorts of growing environments.
(Environmental Academy for Research Technology and
Earth Sciences) began in 2009 for kindergarteners through fifth graders. It
offers a curriculum with a scientific focus: life science, earth science and physical
science. The school incorporates the Full Option Science System (FOSS), which
uses interactive science activities to teach reading, writing, language arts
and social studies. A field trip to Agromin's organic recycling facility in
Oxnard is scheduled for second graders later in the school year.
is exactly the kind of school we need to get our kids prepared for 21st Century
Labels: Agromin, Conejo Valley, EARTHS School, Newbury Park, organic soil condition, school garden, Ventura County