The California Agricultural Teachers’ Association applauded Tomales High School’s agricultural department—a popular program that attracts nearly a third of the school’s student body—presenting the department’s leader with an award earlier this summer at a ceremony in San Luis Obispo. Bill Costanzo, the department’s head and sole teacher, oversees seven courses at Tomales—a . . .

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