Swap veggies! Learn about starting your victory garden! It’s all happening at Milagro Allegro Community Garden.
May 22 – Organic Sundays • 5pm Garden Swap • 6pm
May 21 & 22 – Grow LA Victory Garden class final weekend of series
May’s Organic Sundays topic is “worm tea”. Don’t know what to feed your organic vegetables this summer? Learn the benefits of worm tea and how to brew your own at home for pennies! Suggested donation $10; no one turned away for lack of funds. Spanish translation provided.
The Garden Swap is back so don’t forget to bring your extra seeds, seedlings, produce, compost, magazines/books, preserves, baked goods & everything to do with organic gardening! Swap will begin immediately after Organic Sundays.
Please bring your own canvas bags to take your swapped goods home!
Sunday, May 22nd, 5pm Organic Sundays & 6pm Garden Swap
May 21 & 22 – Grow LA Victory Garden classes final weekend of series!
Learn to grow your own vegetables quickly and easily in containers, in your backyard or at a community garden. Join together with local families and neighborhoods to share your experiences, skills and produce.
Participants will be able to turn this new interest in gardening into successful, productive gardens that will generate positive changes in their homes by helping to lower grocery bills and enhance opportunities to eat healthy, nutritious foods.
Highland Park residents who wish to register or for more information, please contact Milli Macen-Moore, at (800) 863-5476, or email@example.com. The Highland Park course will cost $20 per workshop, or $65 for the four-class series.
Exciting New Project born out of Milagro Allegro
An exciting new project born out of Milagro Allegro is breaking ground this month. The garden’s co-founder and current Director, Nicole Gatto, is pleased to announce the creation of a new garden at Monte Vista Elementary School on Ave 54 and Monte Vista in Highland Park. Gatto, at UCLA and now herself a Master Gardener trainee, is working with LAUSD, USC and a local landscape architect to design and build a new school garden in order to host another offering of the successful, “LA Sprouts” afterschool program developed by a collaboration between Gatto, USC and Master Gardeners. Existing asphalt will be removed on the school campus to make room for the beautiful new garden. The LA Sprouts afterschool program is being funded by a generous grant from the Metabolic Studio, a direct charitable activity of the Annenberg Foundation led by Artist and Foundation Director Lauren Bon. More details about upcoming volunteer activities to come.