Riverside City College will be holding a movie night in the RCC Community Garden Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. The movie being viewed that night will be the National Geographic documentary Before the Flood starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Riverside City College’s Community Garden was awarded $10,000 by Seeds of Change Grant program and plans to meet health codes so that they can provide fresh, affordable, organic produce to the school’s cafeteria and free produce to students in need.
The RCC Community Garden is competing for one of four $20,000 or one of twenty $10,000 grants from Seeds of Change. The fifty gardens with the most votes will move into a second round where their essays and applications will be read by judges. Community voting began on March 31 and will continue till April 18, anyone who votes can vote once everyday. For more information contact Tonya Huff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cool, crisp air and dew-drizzled dirt welcomes garden workers at the start of their 7 a.m. shifts tending the community garden at Riverside City College.
DEAN VERGARA| STAFF WRITER The Community Garden at RCC has empty plots available. Interested students, staff, or student organizations are urged to contact Preston Galusky, Associate Professor of Life Sciences and RCCG manager, by Friday, October 19. Assignations are expected to be set by October 26. Plots are available in small, medium, or large spaces with prices set at $10, $15 and $20 a year
Dean Vergara | Staff Writer The Ruth Cooper Community Garden of Riverside City College is now open. Students, alumni, faculty, and residents of the Riverside community gathered Saturday evening, Sept. 21, to celebrate the culmination of over two years of planning, collaborative effort, and arduous work. Dr. Virginia White, associate professor of Life Sciences at RCC, said the creation of the garden will give students and the