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Biointensive mini-farming

July 22, 2016


“Biointensive agriculture isn’t a new way to garden, but instead it relies on principles used by ancient Greek, Roman and Chinese. It focuses on teaching individuals- not large-scale farmers- to enrich their soil so that they can grow their own food close to population centers.” — Kirsten Dirksen

Make Los Angeles a GMO-Free Zone!

October 9, 2014


City Councilmembers Paul Koretz and Mitch O’Farrell are considering a ban on the cultivation, sale and distribution of genetically modified organisms in the City of Los Angeles. PETITION Link: GMO Free Los Angeles _________ PHOTO:

Food Forward

April 16, 2013


Food Forward is a volunteer powered grassroots group of Angelenos who care about reconnecting to our food system and making change around urban hunger. Food Forward reconnects people with people – through food – by bringing together volunteers and neighbors to share in the gleaning and distributing of locally grown food from private homes and […]

Growing Food in the snow

March 29, 2013


Grow food in the snow – a visit to Will Allen’s Growing Power VIDEO: John from makes a special trip to Milwaukee, Wisconson to show you how YOU can grow in the winter time – in the snow!