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Frank Harris accepts award from Howard PutnamHoward Putnam - City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, Senior Park Supervisor presenting award to Frank Harris - President of the Ocean View Farms Board
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Frank Harris accepts award from John BradyJohn Brady - City of Los Angeles Mayor's Offfice, Westside Area Representative giving award to Frank Harris, President of the Ocean View Farms Board.
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Exotic PlantExotic plant possibly from Australia. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon 4/22/2017)
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Restful VisionsEnjoy a view of the garden and ocean from a comfortable chair. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon 4/22/2017)
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Tomato-BrationBarbara Spencer from Windrose Farms speaking to Garden Members and local tomato growing enthusiasts at the OVF Tomato-Bration event. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 04/02/2016)
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Lower Composting CisternsTwo 305 gallon water cisterns installed on the east side of the Lower Composting sheds on February 27, 2016. Fence in front of the cisterns protects the pipes and shut-off valves from damage. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)
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Hose Bib - Lower CompostingWater collected from the Blue Cistern and Main Shed Cisterns in the upper garden are directed to this one point: the Lower Composting Hose Bib. A pump in the Chipper Shed increases water flow. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)
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Blue Cistern for Rain HarvestingIt collects water from the roof of the North Venice Little League storage shed. The working capacity is 1060 gallons of water which is is currently diverted to the Lower Composting Cisterns. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)Rain water being drawn from the barrel. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)The barrels capture rain water which would otherwise be lost. Gardeners access the water from spigots at the bottom of the barrels. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)Two 63-gal rain barrels made from from recycled plastic food grade containers were installed June 6, 2015 to collect water from the roof of the tractor shed. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))
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Phase IV FenceView of Lower Pass-through gate from outside. (Photo Credit: D.Cleverdon 05-20-2014)
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