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What we love, what we are grateful for, we protect. This month, in walking with you at the Authentic Foothill Gardens, we see how much you love this city and how you work to protect it.
You lift our hearts, even more than is natural for an LA November, and isn’t November predictably outstanding? Our wild spaces and native gardens take on the look of spring. They are full of new found life and energy as the heat of summer quiets. At the beach, the ocean seems to do its best to contrast with our pink and coral sunsets.
We are grateful for you. We wish each of you great joy, harmony, and vitality this Thanksgiving and always.
Cassy and Kirk
As we look forward to a bountiful fall harvest, we also look toward LA’s future. We think will be bright, resilient – and yummy!
What’s Next in LA Green-Building?
Green Home Builder. By Cassy Aoyagi:
This is a ripe and critical moment for the green building community in Southern California. Just as builders and developers worked to define an aspirational standard for buildings, we now have the opportunity to impact ‘unbuilt’ spaces at home and in our neighborhoods. Read More
Sierra Madre Celebrates Anniversary
By Staff: The Authentic Foothill Gardens at Sierra City Hall provide a great example of “what’s next” for green building. In the two years since the community of Sierra Madre installed the gardens, they’ve become a cherished resource and destination point. Read More
Eat a Marigold – but Which One?
By Cassy Aoyagi:
LA has its very own version of the sunny annual known to line many a garden walk. Each has there advantages – on is edible, one is not. Which will you choose? Read More
Among the things to be grateful for in November… fall color, LA style.
LA’s fall colors range from the red and burgundy leaves of Oregon Grape to the smiling faces of Desert Marigold. See what’s Blooming Now
Sustain Your Garden
Perhaps our Disaster Prevention Checklist or Autumn Maintenance Checklist can help!