Living like migrants

Eric Haley, Clinton York, Lillian Hinman and Jose Morales build the first wall of a shed for a migrant community in California.  A class from Southwest Open School worked with a community nonprofit called, El Quinta Sol, on the shed for the garden project Tooleville. Eight students from the alternative high school traveled to the area to do community service two weeks ago. Enlargephoto

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Eric Haley, Clinton York, Lillian Hinman and Jose Morales build the first wall of a shed for a migrant community in California. A class from Southwest Open School worked with a community nonprofit called, El Quinta Sol, on the shed for the garden project Tooleville. Eight students from the alternative high school traveled to the area to do community service two weeks ago.

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Brad Higinbotham gives a presentation on the use of using human waste as manure in a migrant community in California with his class from Southwest Open School. Eight students from the alternative high school traveled to the community to do community service two weeks ago. Enlargephoto

Courtesy Brad Higinbotham gives a presentation on the use of using human waste as manure in a migrant community in California with his class from Southwest Open School. Eight students from the alternative high school traveled to the community to do community service two weeks ago.