Next Monthly Meeting:
Next SAN FERNANDO VALLEY BRANCH SLOLA Monthly Meeting Fri. June 21st, 11 am to 12:30 pm at the Sepulveda Garden Center, 16633 Magnolia Blvd, Encino, CA 91436
SFV Branch Chair Albert Chang presents the Basics of proper cultivation and seed saving techniques with our SLOLA seed stock.
Now is a great time to join the Seed Library of Los Angeles, SLOLA.
You do not have to be a member to attend, yet with a $10 donation, you become a member for life. You'll have access to our library of seeds that you can borrow from, to plant and return seeds when you have abundance
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Isn’t that a lovely corn breeding apron? Only in California!
On a day when the Southern Exposure Seed Exchange 2011 Catalog arrived, I was out bagging my corn. This is significant because it was Southern Exposure that sold the bags I… Continue reading
This article appears in the Wall Street Journal, so it’s not a “lefty rag” telling us about how frightening the Monsanto plan for humanity is and how unintended consequences could be what ultimately take down our agriculture. We still don’t know what … Continue reading
No longer are we preaching to the choir! The word is out and people are piling on the bandwagon: urban agriculture is in and will empower us to move forward into a new paradigm where food is grown within a few miles and not a few thousand m… Continue reading
Does this look like a monopoly to you?
…”The President should know that growing economic opportunities in rural America will take confronting the concentrated market power (and thus political and legislative power) in several agricultural ind… Continue reading
What a delightful blog post “Front Yardening” (click here to read) wrote about why she decided to join SLOLA! Here’s a taste–read the whole thing at the link!
Gardening as Resistance: Why I Joined SLOLA Posted on August 23, 2011 … Continue reading
The Yellow of Sunflowers Standing Tall with the Corn
Campaña Sin Maíz, No Hay País which translated to English means “Without Corn, There is No Country Campaign” is the name of a Mexican organization that works to fight climate change and GMO’s in… Continue reading
Diversity Helps Prevent Disaster
The Seed Library of Los Angeles is growing by leaps and bounds! Already our membership stands just below 200 and we have a palatable cash reserve for an organization so young. We are on the verge of adopti… Continue reading
Michael McNeill doesn’t look like a hippy and his credentials clearly show him as an expert in his field with a Ph.D in Quantitative Genetics and Plant Pathology from Iowa State University. So when Dr. McNeill testifies that “scientists are… Continue reading
By Jefferson Dodge One of the experts set to testify at Wednesday’s long-awaited meeting about the county’s policy for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) on open space says scientists are seeing new, alarming patterns in plants and animals due to increased … Continue reading
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