Jul 12 2013
Sunday’s Amazing Community Event: La Loma’s Open House

This Sunday:
The Shed Open House!

The Shed is Pasadena’s emerging space for urban agriculture, sustainable development, planning, permaculture, and land use. A place for organizations, professionals and enthusiasts to meet each other, share ideas, talk about projects and learn from one another.

$5 ticket sales end Saturday at midnight!

Sunday, July 14, 2013 · 4-9pm
$5 pre-sale · $10 at the door.
Music + Food + Drinks.
Special performance by Thee Commons!

  • 4pm Meet and greet
  • 5pm Welcome and Introductions: Marco Barrantes principal La Loma Development
  • 5:20pm Jonathan Frame Arroyo Seco Foundation: Arroyo Seco Canyon Project at Hahamongna Watershed Park
  • 5:40pm Mark Rice: Next Course Pasadena: a conversation on the future of food in Pasadena/Altadena
  • 6pm Larry Santoyo: Permaculture in Los Angeles
  • 6:20pm Christopher Shein: Permaculture home gardening and book signing The Vegetable Gardener’s Guide to Permaculture: Creating an Edible Ecosystem
  • 7pm Design Build Community: Networking for permaculture organizations, professionals and enthusiasts

Partners: Arroyo Seco FoundationInstitute of Urban Ecology, Next Course Pasadena and Waste Less Living.

This Sunday between about 4 and 8, La Loma Development (the premier permaculture-based landscaping co) will be throwing one AMAZING party, and I strongly encourage y’all to come.  There will be fabulous speakers, including a guest author named Christopher Shein who will be speaking about, and signing, his new book: A Vegetable Gardener’s Guide to Permaculture.  It’s only $5 with pre-registration.

For more info: http://www.lalomadevelopment.com/events/shed-open-house

Hope to see you Sunday-


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