Friday, April 25, 2014

Wildflowering L.A. Spring and Earth Day Fest

Xochitl, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly; Arroyo Seco Foundation (; Trails Council
Los Angeles is a flowering desert wonderland as seen at urban Site 37 (
There are no birds without bees and trees.
LAND invites all to the Spring Exhibition for Wildflowering L.A. on Saturday and Sunday, April 26-27, 2014 at THE SHED. The exhibition will feature flower cuttings, photos fresh from the project sites, artist-designed posters, educational activities...

Help remove harmful invasive plant species from the natural streamzone below JPL/Hahamongna/Devil's Gates Dam to protect our native riparian ecosystem (sponsored by SoCalGas).

Native American/First Nations people of California (
FREE all-ages event in Old Pasadena... Live music from local bands, dancing, and an interactive drum circle you can join... Singles, kids, and parents get creative with art workshops... Eco-friendly exhibitors will display and sell green products and services... Sample tastings...
FREE admission, free on-site parking, plus 100 free trees to LA homeowners. Come to the Earth Day festival, where local artists, environmental organizations, and sponsors will exhibit and sell at this FUNdraiser for North East Trees. Learn what local environmental groups are doing and ways to can get involved. Be a part of the mayor's "1 Million Tree Initiative."

The foothills' watershed in the time of the Tongva Natives of Los Angeles (
La Canada Flintride Trails Council is dedicated to preserving, developing, promoting, and maintaining are local and regional trail systems (sometimes with the help of willing horses).

Urban Oasis: turning a home into a natural wonderland (

Transition Pasadena: Arroyo Food Co-op

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