Category Archives: Classes and events

Rob Hopkins is coming to Los Angeles!

Rob Hopkins, the UK founder of the international Transition movement, is coming to Los Angeles on October 13-14. Rob is an inspiring speaker, an Akosha fellow, and a veteran of TED talks, who has captured the attention of British Members … Continue reading

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Transit instructions to Rob Hopkins event

The Rob Hopkins event and “Just Doing Stuff” festival in Westchester will be at Westchester United Methodist Church and Emerson Avenue Community Garden.  These two sites are located directly across the street from each other. From Metro, take the green … Continue reading

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GMO-Free L.A. launch party

Want to see L.A. be GMO-Free? Come join the fun at the Launch Party for this City-wide campaign!  There’ll be live bands, food trucks, D-I-Y silkscreening, speakers, and What You Can Do. The “GMO-Free L.A.” campaign seeks to protect homegrown … Continue reading

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Hot weather garden care

August and September: hot as can be.  Your plants are searing in the sun.  What can you do as emergency care? In this garden class we’ll discuss taking care of your soil critters (and your plants) through extreme heat.  We’ll … Continue reading

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Planning your Autumn vegetable garden

July in our So Cal gardens is hot and getting hotter.  It is a tough time to be planting … far better to be PLANNING!  What will you be planting, in coming months, in order to make Autumn 2013 your … Continue reading

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Seed School comes to L.A.

Are you involved in the urban agriculture movement?  Do you love seeds and growing food?  Are you concerned about the future of food and want to “skill up” in a very big and meaningful way?  Join us at Seed School, … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Metal Plant Tags – June 8

Sick of the plastic bits you get in your garden when those cheap tags deteriorate in our So Calif sunshine?  Wish wooden tags would last a little longer so that you really could know what variety was planted there? Metal … Continue reading

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