Second graders from EARTHS Magnet School in Newbury Park recently
visited Agromin's Oxnard facility to learn firsthand about organic recycling.
EARTHS (Environmental Academy of Research Technology & Earth Sciences) has visited Agromin over the years as part of its 2nd grade curriculum.
The school was recently recognized as one of the National Wildlife Fund's Top
10 Eco-Schools and its flower gardens are certified as a wildlife habitat.
keep the school's organic garden at its best, Agromin donated bags of potting
soil to the school. Students are growing and cultivating plants in the school's native plant
garden, a regional garden that focuses on the four regions of California
(coast, mountain, desert and valley), a pollinator garden, a vegetable and herb
garden and a Rainbow Peace garden.
Labels: EARTHS Magnet School, Newbury Park, organic potting soil, school garden