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The history and future of the farm land

Pierce College is moving forward with plans to use the property on De Soto Avenue and Victory Boulevard for educational purposes serving the Agricultural Program after the closure of the Farm Center left the area vacant for two years.

The Roundup News gives you a brief history of the farm land in this multimedia piece.

Mohammad Djauharihttp://www.the17thletter.com
Staff Photographer - Spring 2013 Photo Editor - Fall 2013, Spring 2014 Multimedia Editor - Fall 2014, Spring 2015 Editor-in-Chief - Spring 2016 Multimedia Editor - Fall 2017

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