summer of tending to tomatoes, beets, chilies, fruit trees and sunflowers
resulted in students in Oxnard's Rio Mesa High School post-secondary transition program
to throw themselves a lunch. The lunch featured the fruits of their labor
including homemade tomato sauce made from their own tomatoes and salad filled
with fresh vegetables.
young adults, ages 18 to 22, care for the garden at the Oxnard high school.
They will start preparing for a new planting season with more fruit, vegetables
and flowers on the agenda.
Labels: Oxnard, Rio Mesa High School, school garden