From Drought to Floods: How Mulch Can Help and How You Can Get Yours.
A panel discussion with Melanie Winter from The River Project, Leigh Adams from The LA County Arboretum, Greg Jones from the city of Long Beach, Charles Peretz from the city of Pasadena and Sarah Leone from The Hollywood Food Guild.
In the spirit of moving toward zero waste and better stewardship of our planet’s resources, the Repair Cafe/Pasadena links local handy people to folks in need of repairs of all kinds: Tinkers and Tailors will offer varied repairs of tools, clothing, jewelry, worm bins, appliances,and electronics. The Repair Cafe is inspired by the philosophy of a Sharing Economy; sharing time, skills and talents to build a more more vibrant local community, one repair at a time.
On Friday, October 2 at 7pm, Zanja Madre will host best selling permaculture author Toby Hemenway presenting from his latest book, The Permaculture City.
The Permaculture City demonstrates that the same nature-based approach that works to grow food—connecting pieces of the landscape together in harmonious ways—also applies perfectly to our need for water, shelter, energy, livelihood, and community.