One my favorite things about holidays, (and days off in general) is hanging out with family eating good food! Whatever you celebrate, whatever you’re doing this weekend, my wish for you is to be safe, happy and well fed!!
Pictured here are me and my sister enjoying Sage Plant Based Vegan Bistro last year in Echo Park, East Los Angeles. .
Check out my video on YouTube to see what we ate, what we thought and what we did after!! LOL! Link in bio! 👆🏽👆🏽
It's always great to work with our friends Dana and Raymond at Lassen's, as we continue to build common ground and leverage joint resources to advance our vision for a sustainable, regenerative and green planet.
Please join us en el jardin this Saturday, 4/20, for a lovely day among the birds and the bees and lil red wrigglers.
1. Bee Keeping Basic
2. DIY Worm Bin
Date: Sat, April 20, 2019
Time: 11 AM - 1 PM
Check-In Time: 10:45am at Lassens-Echo Park Branch
Check-in Location: Meet in front of Lassens-Echo Park
1631 Sunset Blvd, 90026
(We'll walk to the garden together)
Workshop Location: Edendale Grove
Address: 860 Echo Park Ave 90026
Fee: $5.00 Includes Lunch and 2 workshops (see description below). All proceeds to benefit Proyecto Jardin, a Project of Hunger Action LA. We are registered 501c3 non-profit organization.
Lunch: Fresh, organic and delicious wraps made by Lassens, with vegan options available, and all you can drink Kombucha on tap (while supply lasts). Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beekeeping-and-composting-workshop-tickets-60327218334
1. Bee Keeping Basics
Time: 11 AM - 12 NOON
Description: Learn about the importance of honey bees, how to make honey, the benefits of bess to a garden and planet, and general bee keeping equipment and methods.
2.DiY Worm Bin
Presenters: Compost Warriors Regina Ortiz and Vanedy Medina
Time: 12 NOON - 1 PM
Description: You will learn how a set up and care for a worm-farm that can be kept indoors or outdoors to process your kitchen scraps and convert them into an incredibly rich soil amendment for your garden or potted plants. Food waste makes up 18 percent of LA County's waste stream headed to the landfill. Keeping a worm farm at home lets you divert most of your personal food waste from landfill to reduce the toxic green gas emissions that contribute to global warming and groundwater contamination. Proyecto Jardin's COMPOST WARRIORS will show you how set up a worm farm using a popular product available on the market as well as step-by-step DIY instructions to make your own worm farm at home using affordable materials.
Spent 99% of today sleeping and trying to rid my body of whatever sickness it picked up. But, the one thing that made me feel better all day was the promise of the sun outside. I don’t mind being sick in this weather because I know that it’s only the beginning of a gorgeous Summer. Filled with days by the pool, palm trees, sunshine, wine nights and the ocean. Bring it on... 🌴☀️