As the work days continue so does our progress on the land. Last week we were able to set up our composting structure to begin our composting efforts that will help nourish the plants in the garden. In order to complete the structure we needed plenty of wood pallets and lots of hands ready for digging- luckily we had both with HdV members and teen volunteers from the Dorothy Quesada Center and Ontario High School Key Club J Our compost consists of all natural products that otherwise would have been thrown out and woodchips that were generously donated from local merchants like Carniceria del Valle and California Arbor Care. Having the compost station up and running is great news because composting takes many months so this will allow us to multitask while we continue to clean and start construction on the site. BIG THANKS to all community volunteers and Pitzer students who came out and helped with this effort.