Newbury Park High School Building an Eco Sustainable Garden

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Newbury Park High School students from multiple academic departments and volunteers participated in filling in a designated area at the high school with dirt funded by 3 grants to build an Eco Sustainable garden.  Photos by JOAN PAHOYO/Acorn Newspapers

Melissa Moors, 17, a senior at NPHS and a member of FHA Hero, and Mason Hall, 16, part of the Robotics Club, move dirt to the area where an Eco garden will be planted at the high school. Students, faculty and other volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the process. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Melissa Moors, 17, a senior at NPHS and a member of FHA Hero, and Mason Hall, 16, part of the Robotics Club, move dirt to the area where an Eco garden will be planted at the high school. Students, faculty and other volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the process. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Melissa Moors, 17, a senior at NPHS and a member of FHA Hero, pushes a wheelbarrow with shovels to prepare moving dirt on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. The dirt will be used for the Eco garden that will be planted at the high school to benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Melissa Moors, 17, a senior at NPHS and a member of FHA Hero, pushes a wheelbarrow with shovels to prepare moving dirt on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. The dirt will be used for the Eco garden that will be planted at the high school to benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/Acorn Newspapers

Nik Flores, 17, a senior at Newbury Park High School, listens to instructions before the they begin to move the dirt for the Eco Garden that will be planted at the high school. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

Nik Flores, 17, a senior at Newbury Park High School, listens to instructions before the they begin to move the dirt for the Eco Garden that will be planted at the high school. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

Students dismount the pile of dirt after a group photo to begin the process of moving the dirt for the Eco Garden that will be planted at the high school. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

Students dismount the pile of dirt after a group photo to begin the process of moving the dirt for the Eco Garden that will be planted at the high school. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

NPHS Sophomore Brandon Banh, 15,  a member of the Robotics Program, rakes the grass that was rototilled to prepare the area for planting an Eco Garden that will benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well.  Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

NPHS Sophomore Brandon Banh, 15, a member of the Robotics Program, rakes the grass that was rototilled to prepare the area for planting an Eco Garden that will benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well.
Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

NPHS Senior Anthony Arevalo, 17, a member of FHA Hero transports dirt to the area for planting an Eco Garden that will benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newsapers

NPHS Senior Anthony Arevalo, 17, a member of FHA Hero transports dirt to the area for planting an Eco Garden that will benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newsapers

NPHS Senior Kogan Kingery, 17, and Mason Hall, 16, of the FHA Hero Club, use a rototiller to prepare the area for planting an Eco Garden that will benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

NPHS Senior Kogan Kingery, 17, and Mason Hall, 16, of the FHA Hero Club, use a rototiller to prepare the area for planting an Eco Garden that will benefit the Culinary Program, Photography and Art Program and Special Education as well. Students, teachers and volunteers met on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 to begin the project. Photo by Joan Pahoyo/ Acorn Newspapers

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