We’re digging in at community gardens
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In case you’ve missed Jeff Spurrier’s weekly dispatches from community gardens -- the people and the plantings, the experiments and the solutions -- let us help you catch up:
Dispatches No. 1 and 2: Our kickoff feature on dynamo Milli Macen-Moore and the follow-up on the Milagro Allegro garden’s uplifting history
Dispatch No. 3: For those waiting for a plot, garden sharing proves to be a good alternative
Dispatch No. 4: The Main Street garden in Santa Monica, a pioneer in the movement
Dispatch No. 5: A smart design for wheelchairs at Park Drive in Santa Monica
Dispatch No. 6: At Solano Canyon, gardening in the shadow of Dodger Stadium
Dispatch No. 7: On Skid Row, ingeniously gardening by the bucket
Dispatches No. 8 and 9: Ocean View Farms, true to its name and composting like crazy
Dispatch No. 10: How raised beds have made the Rockdale garden in Eagle Rock
Dispatch No. 11: In Silver Lake, community garden as pocket park
Dispatch No. 12: Veteran seed savers at the Altadena Community Garden keep their harvests going, and going, and ...
Dispatches 13 and 14: At the Learning Garden in Venice, Spurrier checks out the Seed Library of Los Angeles and watches a grafting master in action
Stay tuned for new installments every Wednesday. Bookmark L.A. at Home and join us on Facebook, where we have a page dedicated to gardening in the West.