Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture, a Ventura-based nonprofit, received a Specialty Crop Block Grant of $193,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to expand its agriculture education program. The funds will help SEEAG deliver its food science and nutrition program to 10,000 additional students over the next two and a half years, the organization said Read More →
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A Ventura waste collection company is investing again in alternative fuels. Harrison Industries began installing 13 new compressed natural gas fueling stations for trucks at its Saticoy work yard in late February. All three trash companies that serve the Tri-Counties began using alternative fuel trucks several years ago and alternative fuel stations are popping up Read More →