• Turning Point Foundation Clears Way For New Growing Works Nursery - Friday, June 15, 2018 at


  • Turning Point Foundation, a nonprofit Ventura County organization that provides shelter, supported housing and rehabilitation programs for the homeless, recently cleared a site that will become its Growing Works nursery. The nursery will provide horticultural therapy and vocational training/employment. Members of the Conservation Corps loaded limbs from cut pepper trees into an Agromin supplied bin.

    Once the land is cleared, the nursery will grow and sell drought tolerant plants such as California natives, Mediterranean-climate perennials and succulents. Plant sales and donations will help fund the nursery.

    For more information on how you can help this wonderful program, go to https://turningpointfoundation.org.

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  • Agromin Partners with California State University, Long Beach - Monday, June 4, 2018 at



  • Agromin has entered a partnership with California State University, Long Beach to recycle the university's organics at Agromin's Chino facility. Agromin has already begun to receive the school's compostable materials and food scraps. An estimated 200 tons will be collected and composted each year at Agromin. The compost will then be used by local growers and landscapers.

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