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Organic garden patch - Angels in Fallbrook


Last updated 11/21/2007 at Noon

The first local school garden began in 1994, when Rocky Peak (“the Peak”) began to sponsor a volunteer project at Ivy High School. An organic garden was started as an after-school project, with six raised beds and several fruit trees.

Today, there are 98 citrus trees, a greenhouse and 30 beds full of sprouting produce. All of it is organic, and it has always been so. Toxic chemicals have not been used on the entire school campus for more than a dozen years. How great is that?

We are proud of the program Ivy High has built, as the gardens are now very much a science class for the stude...

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