Gardens of the World, Fall 2014
Thank you to La Canada Valley Beautiful,the La Canada community, and attendees who came from as far as Seal Beach for a wonderful, productive workshop! Our bi-annual drought tolerant maintenance workshop left the La Canada Public Library’s Gardens of the World demonstration gardens in tip-top shape, whether we are on the verge of a heavy rainy season or heading into continuing to manage desiccating drought.
LA’s First Urban Fruit Trail
FormLA Landscaping teams are working with Heart of Los Angeles youth to replant trees and hope. The youth planted 30 dwarf fruit trees, creating the city’s first urban fruit trail. They envision bringing food, hope, and beauty to their neighborhood.
Educating Los Angeles
The groundbreaking of the Theodore Payne Foundation’s state of the art education center marks the expansion of robust education efforts designed to help LA residents young and young at heart understand and work with our delicate natural environment. The project will add two classrooms; demonstration gardens; parking facilities; and bathroom upgrades to the site, tripling the organization’s class-hosting capacity.