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IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club
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IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club

IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club

Rachel Lambert, native seed farm steward coordinator, puts her arm around IRC director of community programs Michelle Clemente, as they gather fourth- and fifth-graders from the Irvine Boys & Girls Club during a tour of the seed farm property and Irvine’s preserved natural open spaces on Saturday.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club

Fourth- and fifth-graders from the Irvine Boys & Girls Club stop to smell “cowboy cologne,” which actually is sagebrush, as they take a tour of the Native Seed Farm in the Irvine conservancy’s preserved open spaces land on Saturday.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club

Rachel Lambert, left, native seed farm steward coordinator, and Irvine Ranch Conservancy’s director of community programs Michelle Clemente laugh with fourth- and fifth-graders from the Irvine Boys & Girls Club during a tour of the seed farm property and Irvine’s preserved natural open spaces on Saturday.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club

Michelle Clemente, Irvine Ranch Conservancy’s director of community programs, far right, leads fourth- and fifth-graders from the Irvine Boys & Girls Club on a tour of the native seed farm property and Irvine’s preserved natural open spaces on Saturday.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club

Seeds from the Native Seed farm property were on display during a tour of Irvine’s preserved natural open spaces on Saturday.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
IRC Native Seed Farm tour with Irvine Boys and Girls Club

Four boys from the Irvine Boys & Girls Club walk together as they tour the Native Seed Farm in the Irvine Ranch Conservancy’s preserved open spaces  on Saturday.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
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