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9/29 Garden Day Los Angeles--Resources (mostly free) forCommunity and School Gardeners

  • Subject: [cg] 9/29 Garden Day Los Angeles--Resources (mostly free) forCommunity and School Gardeners
  • From: Yvonne Savio <ydsavio@ucdavis.edu>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2001 16:54:39 -0700

Hi, All--

If you're in Los Angeles County, we invite you to our upcoming Resource Day 
for Community and School Gardeners.

Here's the basic information; attached is the flyer in MS Word.

For more information, please call Gloria Mitchell at (323) 838-4532, or 
email her at <gjmitche@ucdavis.edu>

See you there!
Resources for Community and School Gardens
Saturday, September 29, 2001
8:30am  1:00 pm
Carmelitos Housing Development Community Garden
851 Via Carmelitos, Long Beach
$2 per person
Sponsored and Presented by
University of California Cooperative Extension in Los Angeles County
Common Ground Garden Program


8:30-9:00       Registration and Refreshments
9:00-9:15       Welcome.  Yvonne Savio, Common Ground Garden Program Manager
9:15-10:30      Resource Presentations, Displays and Information Tables
o              UCCE Common Ground Garden Program
       Los Angeles Conservation Corps, Greenbank
       LA Community Garden Council

       Clean and Green
       TreePeople 10:30-10:45  Walk to Workshop #1 Location
10:45-11:45     Hands-On Workshops #1 Choices:
              Starting Plants from Seeds and Cuttings
       Simple Healthful Vegetable Recipe Demonstration
       Best Fruit Tree Varieties for Southern California
       Watering and Soils
       Transplanting Plants and Trees
11:45-12:00     Walk to Workshop #2 Location
12:00-1:00      Hands-On Workshop #2 Choices:  (Same as Workshop #1 Choices)

Vegetable, Herb, and Flower Seeds and Seedlings
Printed Information

RAFFLE (1 pm)
Trees, plants, compost bin, recipe books, etc.
$1 per ticket
Community Development Commission for use of its site
Ed Laivo and Dave Wilson Nursery for fruit samples

Near junction of 405 and 710 freeways.  Fron 710 freeway, take Del Amo 
exit, go east on Del Amo, turn left onto Orange, turn left onto Via Wanda, 
turn left onto Via Carmelitos.  Garden is on the left.  Park on 
street.  Gather at amphitheater.

Common Ground Garden Program Assistant Gloria Mitchell, (323) 838-4539

announcement sent 8-29-01.doc

Yvonne Savio
Common Ground Garden Program Manager
University of California Cooperative Extension in Los Angeles County
2 Coral Circle, Monterey Park, CA 91755
Phone:		(323) 838-4532
Fax:		(323) 838-7408
Email:	ydsavio@ucdavis.edu
Website:	celosangeles.ucdavis.edu (click on "Common Ground Garden Program")
Master Gardener Email Helpline:  mastergardenqs@hotmail.com

Volunteers of the Common Ground Garden Program help limited-resource county 
residents to grow and eat more nutritious vegetables and fruits.  Programs 
include Master Gardeners, Fresh From The Garden volunteers, Gardening 
Angels and Junior Master Gardeners (school gardens), and Community Gardens.

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