H-ARROYO GRANDE

Oct 2, 2013 8:53 PM by KSBY News

Students get hands dirty in their very own garden

Some Central Coast school kids will be getting some hands on training on how to grow vegetables with their own garden.

Harloe Elementary School in Arroyo Grande got the garden donated from Sunset Savor the Central Coast and Visit San Luis Obispo County.

Ralph Johnson of J & R Farms has been preparing kale, lettuce, herbs, and other fruits for the school.

Students and faculty members planted a tree in honor of the new garden. Harloe Elementary School was selected through a lottery system. Many local schools wanted the garden.

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