“The Longest Straw” an award winning film by L.A. Eco-Villager Samantha Bode, Friday, June 8, 2018 at 7pm at L.A. Eco-Village (north end)

The Longest Straw draws a connection between the water that supports a city and that water’s source. Samantha Bode, director, moved to Los Angeles and immediately fell in love with the abundant sunshine, the warm air, and the exotic plants of Southern California. But, she noticed within the city of Los Angeles the plants were very much like her native North East Pennsylvania. Green grass and tall trees grew everywhere, but there was no obvious... Read More

Urban Soil Carbon Water Summit, February 24-25, 2015 at the Natural History Museum, Los Angeles

Conference website:  http://urbansoil.org/  * Living Soil +Carbon Sequestration + Native Plants = soil security = water security. Twenty prominent presenters over two days in dialogue with Summit attendees will share strategies for: • Restoring urban soils • Reducing drought • Creating a more verdant and economically viable city, and • Sequestering carbon in the soil biome to reverse climate change. Here in the City of Angels is the beginning... Read More

“Dancing Salmon Home” film Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 7pm at L.A. Eco-Village

A California Tribe Reunites with Salmon Relatives in New Zealand http://dancingsalmonhome.com/2014/ DATE & TIME: Wed., November 19, 2014 at 7pm LOCATION: 117 Bimini Pl, LA 90004 Donations: $5-$15 sliding scale (no one will be turned away for lack of funds). Food and drinks will also be available for a small donation. No reservations required. More info: crsp@igc.org or 213/738-1254 Film series sponsored by Urban Soil-Tierra Urbana in association... Read More

Contact Information

117 Bimini Place #221
Los Angeles CA 90004
crsp@igc.org