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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
The campaign to create a GMO-Free Zone in Los Angeles is on! Here’s how you can help: 1. Circulate petitions. The letter is directed to members of Los Angeles City Council. Sign it yourself, or ask your friends and neighbors to … Continue reading
Dateline: September 2020 … The last of my blackeyed peas are planted, the summer’s harvest of tomatoes is drying in the solar cooker, and I’ve gathered in the seeds of chard and cilantro. Time to take a break from late … Continue reading
Do you keep a garden diary? Do you keep garden records? On Saturday Sept 21 our “garden class” will be a show-and-tell. Bring your garden journal — whether yours is electronic, an elegantly bound book, or jumbled scraps of paper. … Continue reading
Seed School is coming to Los Angeles! In conjunction with the Seed Library of Los Angeles (SLOLA), the Environmental Change-Makers are helping to bring the 5-day “Seed School” to L.A. this coming February. Registrations are open NOW on the Native … Continue reading
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