in the Rio Mesa High School Adult Transition Program are helping prepare a plot
of land that will soon be the program's school garden. The program, for high
school graduates younger than 23 with special needs, gives students the skills needed
for life after high school.
program is relying totally on donations to build the garden. Needed are an
automatic irrigation system, native plants for various planting zones and
building materials for raised garden beds. Agromin was happy to donate the soil
that will give the plants a healthy start.
interested in donating to the garden project should contact:
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