Landscaping and Improvement Project, corner of Covell and Highway 113
With the guidance and landscaping expertise of Rotarian Michael Goodman, MD, the corner of Covell and highway 113 has been transformed into a beautiful garden of plants and flowers. Once a barren field of weeds and trash, Michael Goodman saw the potential for creating a plant community that would enrich this area of undeveloped land. Understanding the need for a mineral and moisture-rich environment for plants and flowers to flourish, Michael and other Rotarians also installed an automatic watering system and frequently visit the area to replenish soil nutrients. This on going project is a testimony to Rotary's continued service to the community.
Rotarian Virgil Smith adds his finishing touch to a few plants in the Covell garden.
Rotarians Randy Alston (center) and Wayne Schrader (L) preparing top soil while Michael Goodman pours mulch covering in background.
Rotarians and family members helping out with the finishing touches of a top soil replenishing project on the corner of Covell blvd. and highway 113.