Los Angeles

Community Gardening: From Garden to Plate

Al Renner, the Executive Director of the Los Angeles Community Garden Council and Garden Master of Lavender Hill Farm, invites Slow Food Los Angeles members and friends to two events focusing on Garden to Plate, […] Read More >>>

Organic Garden Project

Organic Garden Project is a young but growing website dedicated to chronicling the development of organic gardens in a variety of settings. As noted on their site: Organic Garden Project exists to bring the community […] Read More >>>

Possible space for a community garden–Chatsworth

Delila Vallot with Black Equities has contacted Slow Food Los Angeles because her client, a property owner, has an undeveloped lot in Chatsworth that might be suitable for a small community garden. The land is […] Read More >>>

Announcing the Grand Opening of a New Community Garden

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Bringing the South Central Farmers’ Produce to Market

Slow Food Los Angeles member Randy Clemens has alerted us to news about an event this Saturday: The South Central Los Angeles farmers who starred in the 2008 Academy Award-nominated documentary “The Garden” will host […] Read More >>>

In the News… Thursday, May 8, 2008

† The Grim State of Bee Health: On the heels of yesterday’s announcement of a Slow Food Los Angeles event featuring a presentation by Professor May Berenbaum, one of the nation’s experts on the declining […] Read More >>>

EarthWorks Enterprises and the American Community Gardening Association Conference

From EarthWorks Enterprises, an announcement for those who may be attending this weekend’s American Community Garden Association conference: EarthWorks Enterprises is planning to host American Community Gardening Association visitors from 11:00am to 2:30pm on Saturday, […] Read More >>>

“Rooting for the Future”: The American Community Garden Association Conference

The American Community Garden Association is holding their 27th annual conference from August 10-13, 2006, at UCLA. The conference promises to be a great opportunity for those interested in planning, managing, and promoting community gardens. […] Read More >>>

South Central Farm Eviction

Sadly, it appears that the two sides in the dispute over the future of the South Central community garden have not been able to come to an agreement that would allow the farm to remain […] Read More >>>

South Central Farm Braces for Eviction

The South Central Farm and the Trust for Public Land fell short of their fundraising goal, and the South Central Farm is faced with the imminent possibility of eviction. According to the South Central Farm […] Read More >>>

South Central Farm: Urgent Fundraising Action

The Trust for Public Land (TPL) has secured an opportunity to save the South Central Farm, but community help is needed. The 14-acre South Central Farm, located at 41st and Alameda Streets in South Los […] Read More >>>

South Central Community Garden Tour

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 […] Read More >>>