Students for Eco-Education and
Agriculture (SEEAG) is launching a new "Farm Lab" at Petty Ranch in Saticoy.
SEEAG, founded in 2008, provides free agricultural education programs including
field trip to local farm to elementary schools in southern California.
Agromin is a strong supporter of SEEAG and the educational opportunities it gives to school-age children to learn about farming.
In addition to school field trips,
SEEAG hopes to host after-school programs at Petty Ranch. Farm Lab will start
scheduling field trips to the ranch in February 2016. SEEAG will continue to offers
school field trips to Limoneira Ranch in Santa Paula.
SEEAG is currently seeking donations to
help support Farm Lab. A “Kids to Farms” jazz brunch to benefit Farm Lab is
already planned for Sunday, April 17 at Camarillo Ranch.
To schedule a field trip or learn how
to make a donation, contact Maranville at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Labels: agricultural education, Petty Ranch, SEEAG