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15959 E. Gale Ave., City Of Industry, CA 91745 • 626.933.1000 • info@hlpusd.k12.ca.us
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School Garden Program

School Garden Program for LA County Department of Public Works In
Collaboration with HLPUSD's Afterschool Program


The team teaches children where their food comes from, and how to grow their own food, through the School Garden Program which emphasizes nutrition, healthy behaviors, and sustainability.  School gardens create an outdoor classroom that promotes environmental awareness, provides children with an opportunity to better understand their relationship with nature, and demonstrates the value of conserving our natural resources. The Program donates labor and materials, including: raised garden beds, organic potting soil, vegetables, flowers, and garden tools to build school gardens.  Composting demonstrations are also provided as part of the Program. Students have lots of fun while they learn valuable life lessons.


Grandview is one of the two mentee sites this year (Temple Academy being the other one). We teamed up with the Department of Water and Power who offers free gardens to schools. 


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