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.

Quincy John Workman, founder of the New World Builders, and the author at the entrance to San Diego State University's "Garden of Eden."
Quincy's students learn organic gardening by "doing it" rather than through theories. Here, plants undergo a daily bug inspection by dedicated volunteers.
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,
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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