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L.A. at HomeFarmworks: At a gathering of Los Angeles community gardeners, the nonprofit group Farmworks spreads its idea of giving at-risk youth a shot at the restaurant industry by giving them an appreciation for how food is grown, harvested and brought to the...
L.A. at HomeCommunity gardens: Writer Jeff Spurrier and photographer Ann Summa spent a year in Southern California's community gardens for The Times, documenting the people and the plantings, the problems and the solutions. The goal: Document who we are and how we...
World NowElections in Guatemala and Nicaragua: Voters on Sunday were choosing presidents in Guatemala and Nicaragua, two Central American countries where democracy has been dramatically weakened by violence and political abuse....
Top of the TicketFlag Day is June 14, a nearly century-old celebration of the U.S. Flag. Flag Day....
L.A. at HomeCommunity Gardens Dispatch No. 34: People's Garden, El Sereno neighborhood, Los Angeles The People’s Garden at Woodrow Wilson High School sits at the lowest part of the sprawling campus, the sloping lot bound by a chain-link fence and a low......
L.A. at HomeCommunity Gardens Dispatch No. 35: El Sereno, Los Angeles When a late-night hit-and-run driver recently crashed into El Sereno Community Garden’s just-completed retaining wall, co-founder Marie Salas was on the case. She took pictures. She collected...
L.A. at HomeCommunity Gardens Dispatch No. 36: Culver City Just about every community garden has a waiting list. Thirty names are on the list here, and though that may not sound like many, the Culver City Community Garden has only 16 plots.......
L.A. at HomeCommunity Gardens Disptach No. 37: Rosewood, East Hollywood Walk through the Rosewood Community Garden and you'll see roots running all the way back to Central America, where most of the 25 plot-holders originated. More than a dozen varieties of chiles......
L.A. at HomeThe community garden at the Carmelitos housing development in North Long Beach sits within a stone’s throw of what used to be a tumbleweed-filled lot, notorious as a crime-ridden place to dump trash (or worse) and a magnet for local gangs, locals...
L.A. at HomeCOMMUNITY GARDENS DISPATCH NO. 39: Growing Experience, Long Beach The thick hedge at the entrance to the Growing Experience community garden is Mexican marigold, above, a drought-tolerant bush whose scent has touches of lemon and mint. As its name might.....
L.A. at HomeCommunity garden: Elysian Valley community garden by the Los Angeles River...
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