Anaheim’s Magnolia High shows off blooming agriculture program
The Samueli Foundation is proud to provide funding support for the Magnoila AgriScience Community Center at Magnolia High School in Anaheim.
Since branching out last year, the campus garden at Anaheim’s Magnolia High School has blossomed into a small farm featuring dozens of varieties of produce – carrots, cauliflower, snap peas, three kinds of lettuce, turnipps, cucumbers and more – and young trees that will bear figs, pomegranates, citrus fruits, apricots and plums.
It’s all part of a broader vision for Magnolia’s agriculture program, and it was showcased Saturday at the Anaheim Union High School District’s “STEAM-a-palooza” event, focused on science, math and arts related classes and projects.
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