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In a concrete jungle like Los Angeles, guerrilla gardening is a way of adapting. Activists like Ron Finley believe that green spaces and healthy produce should be accessible to all Angelenos, and that’s what guerrilla gardening is all about. It’s using unconventional tactics and classic gardening practices to turn little pockets of land and unused or under-utilized space into oases for city dwellers. Even if you’re lacking in space and resources, you can still join the movement. Here’s how.
When it comes to berries, sometimes blackberries get a bum wrap. The dark purple fruits are often overshadowed by strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. But these juicy, sweet, and lightly tart berries are worth celebrating all on their own. This year, don't let blackberry season pass you by.
“Tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, beans, strawberries, eggplant, sugarcane, guava, corn…”
Liz Christy and Marianne Zaugg list the bounty of spring produce that’s being planted at the Arroyo High School community garden before excitedly listing plans they have for improving the space.
Ground turkey is a healthy alternative to beef and can be used in a wide variety of ways to decrease your intake of red meat—plus, it tastes great! The lean poultry makes delicious chili, tacos, burgers, and oh-so-much more. Read on for a wide range of quick and easy recipes that use the versatile meat.