December 18, 2018

Desert Meadows Park

The Green Valley Gardeners rolled up their sleeves and planted a seed to beautify their community.
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Members of the Green Valley Gardeners took a nearby "wasteland" of just over four acres and recently got it certified as an arboretum by using mostly native plants in their landscaping. The Desert Meadows Park project beautifies the community and creates opportunities for growing food.

Producer: Tony Paniagua
Videographer/Editor: Robert Lindberg
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