Maple Creek first-grader Maximus Garcia showcases one of his many successful crops of the season, a vibrant, quarter-sized Cherry Belle radish.
Maple Creek first-grader Maximus Garcia showcases one of his many successful crops of the season, a vibrant, quarter-sized Cherry Belle radish. Bethney Bonilla/Special to The Clovis Independent
Maple Creek first-grader Maximus Garcia showcases one of his many successful crops of the season, a vibrant, quarter-sized Cherry Belle radish. Bethney Bonilla/Special to The Clovis Independent

Harvesting knowledge: Clovis Unified students plant and pick from their schools’ gardens

April 29, 2016 10:30 AM

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