Thursday, September 8, 2011


Sunday, Sep 11: At the Hollywood Farmers Market, David King joins the "Peak of the Season Tomato Festival" with a presentation on Tomato Seed Saving. Festival events begin at 8:30 a.m. and run through 12 noon.

Saturday, Sep. 17: 1 to 1:30 pm At the Good Food Festival and Conference, at Santa Monica High School, David King gives a presentation on "The Need for Seed" -- Save seeds, save the planet! In a world full of GMO plants, learn why it’s important to save your own seeds and how to do it. (entrance fee to Festival is $10/day)

Saturday, Sep 17, 1:30 to 3 pm
David appears on a panel as part of the Good Food Festival in the Chorus Room at Santa Monica High School

School garden designers discuss how they have successfully created unique and distinctly different programs that are changing the way schools feed and teach children. Presented by Marika Bergsund, Growing Great; Laurie Dill, Herb Project – 24th Street Garden; David King, The Learning Garden at Venice High School; Roger Lowenstein, Los Angeles Leadership Academy; Johann Hampton-Walker, Larchmont Charter School (Edible School Yard Program). Moderated by Yvonne Savio, University of California Cooperative Extension, Los Angeles County Common Ground Garden Program Manager.

Thurs., Sep 22nd at 3 pm: SEED Award for Resource Preservation honoring SLOLA will be given at the the South Bay Business Environmental Coalition Awards at the Hawthorne Ayres Hotel located at 14400 Hindry Ave., Hawthorne, CA 90250

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