About 200 people visited Agromin’s processing facility in Oxnard during Ventura County Farm Day, November 3.
It’s time to take advantage of November’s cooler weather and shorter days by adding to gardens and preparing for winter.
Dorothy Boswell School in Ventura is a welcoming place for students 18 to 22 with moderate to severe disabilities. The school provides services for students who can benefit from education and training that will ensure their greatest quality of life after they complete their public education.
Stop by the Agromin booth at the San Diego County Farm Bureau’s 4th annual Farm and Nursery Expo at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, Wednesday, November 14, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Agromin is proud to participate in the 6th Annual Ventura County Farm Day—a day when more than 20 Ventura County farms and farm-related companies open their doors and invite the public to experience a day of agricultural activities and tours.
There is nothing like the taste of freshly grown vegetables. The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA) operates a Senior Nutrition Garden in Oxnard.
Agromin’s Bill Camarillo and Dave Green will take part in two panel discussions at the Long Beach Landscape Expo on October 10 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Summer isn’t the only season to enjoy a colorful garden. A fall garden can be filled with vibrant foliage and tasty vegetables, says Agromin, an Oxnard-based manufacturer of earth-friendly compost products made from organic material collected from more than 200 California cities.
The 1968 Courtyard fountain at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center may not have water in it anymore but it is representative of water in its new life as a succulent planter.