The Garden Class and Eco Club of Luther Burbank Middle School has been working on a Native Rain Garden project for four months and this Thursday, they held a dedication ceremony. The students have been working with Barry Talley, an architect and a Woodbury graduate student. The project is designed to celebrate the native plants of California. Students have visited Theodore Payne nursery and selected plants and trees for the area. The design of the garden allows for rain run off to provide natural irrigation for the plants. In addition to the students, they were also assisted by Disney Volunteers, and The Tree People.
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