Practical Changes We All Can Make to Combat Climate Change

article by contributor Neil Stawski click on photo below for additional info by Candice GaukelAndrews It is easy to think that nothing we do on an individual scale can have a significant impact on climate change. For instance, what difference will it make if one person take steps to conserve water in their home? What... Continue Reading →


Guerilla Gardeners So Cal palm tree cleaning

Many folks have tall trees, precarious rain gutters, high branches needing trimming or Christmas lights they need set up or pulled down in hard to reach places in Los Angeles. The guys at Guerilla Gardeners were able to get these three 6o foot tall palm trees cleaned up in less than 2 hours. The palms... Continue Reading →

Gardens Are Like Digging For Happiness

Digging for Happiness: How Gardening Can Ease Depression by Maria Cannon  It’s no secret that spending time outdoors is good for the body and soul. However, working the soil may actually be good for the mind, as well. Studies have found that soil-specific bacteria triggers the brain’s production of serotonin , a powerful neurotransmitter that controls... Continue Reading →

GGs Meet Home Grown Gardens in LA

On sunday mornings in Ocean Park, Santa Monica a farmers market happens. This past Valentine's sunday a Guerilla Gardeners associate crossed paths with Azita and the fine folks of Home Grown Gardens of Venice. They know stuff about the LA urban garden network thing and offer your neighborhood another way to get involved with your... Continue Reading →

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