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JANUARY 2017
Orange Home Grown to establish a Youth Food Literacy Program

The Picerne Family Foundation awarded Orange Home Grown in Orange, California a $50,000 grant to create the “Youth Food Literacy Program”. In addition to financial support the Foundation will provide college scholarships to selected participants as well as executive coaching and board development assistance to Orange Home Grown leaders. This project was funded through the Picerne Family Foundation’s Giving Back Program.

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JUNE 2016
Cerritos and California Fish and Wildlife Adopt Gahr High School GSP student material

The City of Cerritos, and California Fish and Wildlife have adopted a brochure GSP students developed to provide information and educate park visitors about how they can reduce invasive species and environmental problems associated with feeding wildlife at Cerritos Regional Park and Heritage Park in Cerritos, California. Los Angeles Parks and Recreation personnel have also expressed interest in using the GSP team for public education at La Mirada Park.

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Cerritos and California Fish and Wildlife Adopt Gahr High School GSP student material

MARCH 2016
Garit Imhoff, Artist Outreach Grant Recipient, Recognized as Outstanding Artist-Teacher

Garit Imhoff was recently recognized as an outstanding artist-teacher in residence for an art/music program he originally established with an Artist Outreach Project grant in 2012. He has successfully continued his work with children and The Center for World Music who secured major grant funding for his program.

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Garit Imhoff, Artist Outreach Grant Recipient, Recognized as Outstanding Artist-Teacher