The Milagro Allegro Community Garden hosted the largest of our Time For Lunch Eat-ins on Labor Day and is a remarkable example of how community action can transform a neglected urban space into a productive, inspiring site.
As part of its educational work, the Garden is hosting an Urban/Suburban Ecoliteracy Workshop, with bilingual instruction by master gardeners Wendy Talaro and Steve Hernandez. Ecoliteracy is about learning to understand the language of place and is fundamental to greening your home and community while saving money, water, energy, and time. It’s the foundation of all beautiful organic gardens that grow with little or no fertilizer or chemical pesticides and with less maintenance and water than conventional gardens. Learning to be ecoliterate it is easier than you might think!
When: Saturday, November 7, 2009 from 9:00am until 6:00pm
Where: At the Milagro Allegro Community Garden, 115 S. Ave 56, Los Angeles 90042 (one block southeast of Figueroa, behind the Highland Theater)
Cost: $40 per person. Class size is limited so preregistration is encouraged.
To register: Send a check to Wendy Talaro, P.O. Box 7478, Torrance, CA 90504 or submit payment via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Late-comers will be admitted as space allows
For more information about the Garden, visit its website at hpgarden.org.