Quincy John Workman's Return to Eden

Some saw the barren hillside on the San Diego State University campus as useless land. Quincy John Workman saw potential, a return to Eden.



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Quincy John Workman, founder of the New World Builders, and the author at the entrance to San Diego State University's "Garden of Eden."
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Quincy's students learn organic gardening by "doing it" rather than through theories. Here, plants undergo a daily bug inspection by dedicated volunteers.
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Quincy John is rightly proud of the more than 40 productive fruit trees that cover the formerly "useless" rocky hillside overlooking the San Diego Freeway,
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Though he's 83 years old, Mr. Workman?a ""volcano ""of energy?still rides his ""clunker"" bicycle 15 to 20 miles a day!
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