Planners Network Los Angeles has organized a tour of the South Central Farm this weekend. Slow Food LA members and friends are invited to attend and learn more about the community garden.
When: Sunday, April 2, 2006 from 11:00am-noon
Where: 41st & Alameda, Los Angeles. (Meet at the entrance on Long Beach Avenue at 11:00am for the tour.)
Cost: The tour is free; lunch or purchases, if you choose, at your own expense
Please RSVP for the tour: firstname.lastname@example.org
South Central Farm is the USA’s largest urban garden. Tilled by over 350 families, this 14-acre oasis provides food and green space for a self-sustaining community. As many of you have heard and read, the farm is at risk, as farmers face eviction threats. See it for yourself…come tour the farm and meet the people who have grown it. Stay for lunch from the farmer’s market stands.
Also at the farm on Sunday: Manifesto Workshop, $10. Write your own Manifesto! A fundraiser for the farm, with Haruko Tanaka & Matt Dunnerstick, beginning at 12:30pm.
For more information on the South Central Farmers, visit their site.
Metro: Blue Line at Vernon Station
Parking: Park on 41st or another block south