Orange Grove

The grove’s more than 400 orange trees serve as one of the last remnants of the San Fernando Valley’s agricultural past. The grove was recently transformed into a welcoming retreat that features a beautiful walkway, a 270-foot meandering stream, a natural spring well, dozens of red-eared slider turtles, koi and goldfish, and a variety of colorful flowers including water lilies and water hyacinths. The five acre site is modeled after a California seasonal wetland to be enjoyed by both the campus community and the public.