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Author Archives: envirochangemakers
Happy Earth Day! As you’ve undoubtedly heard a million times before, “Earth Day is every day.” And at ECM that’s certainly the case. That’s why today is a great day to highlight change-making projects that you can be a part … Continue reading
Learn the tips and tricks of growing abundant food in a flowerpot garden. Come join us for a hands-on workshop on Saturday April 12. Bring a flowerpot and take home a garden! Plus, celebrate the relase of Joanne Poyourow’s latest booklet, “Food … Continue reading
Come join us for a Mulching Party, as we move the Mulch Mountain. Evolving events all evening: >>”One for you, one for the garden” — Do you need mulch? Give one, get one. Help move a wheelbarrow-full for the Community … Continue reading
We’re caught in the squeeze right now. Climate change is advancing at an incredible speed. We know we should do something, but we lack the political will to do what it takes to hold it to 2°C. UN committees are … Continue reading
If you like growing heirloom veggies, you’ll love Seed School. Learn how you can join the numbers of people who are carefully preserving our heirloom vegetable varieties, their wonderful stories, and their precious genetic diversity. Taught by Bill McDorman and … Continue reading
In Reply to LA Times Editorial, “L.A.’s bid to target genetically engineered crops isn’t productive” Creating a GMO-Free Zone in L.A. serves an important function. It preserves space — real, tangible geography — where clean seeds can be grown. All … Continue reading