Arthur Garces, 3, plants seeds with the help of John Lacouture of Ecoscraps during the Groheny Festival, april 2 at Doheny State Beach. Ecoscraps uses food waste from stores and restaurants to produce soils and fertilizers. Photo: Andrea Swayne
Arthur Garces, 3, plants seeds with the help of John Lacouture of Ecoscraps during the Groheny Festival, april 2 at Doheny State Beach. Ecoscraps uses food waste from stores and restaurants to produce soils and fertilizers. Photo: Andrea Swayne

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