San Diego Business Journal

Agriculture Co. Plants Seeds of Education with Its Grant

By Stephanie Glidden Originally published May 15, 2017 at 10:30 a.m., updated May 15, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.
   

A group of citizens from Colima, Mexico, gather to thank Project Amigo and Organics Unlimited for a grant that provides community health programs and access to education for its youth.  Photo courtesy of Organics Unlimited

A group of citizens from Colima, Mexico, gather to thank Project Amigo and Organics Unlimited for a grant that provides community health programs and access to education for its youth. Photo courtesy of Organics Unlimited

— Organics Unlimited, a San Diego-based grower and importer of organic fruit, announced a grant of $170,000 to Project Amigo to assist with 2017 operations and projects...

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