EVENTS:  MAY – JUNE 2024

Scroll down here for work party schedule. at the LA Ecovillage Community Hub
Go here for tour schedule


WHAT:  Danielle Stevenson, PhD, Applied Environmental Scientist, gives a talk on the results of her on-site soil remediation project using oyster mycelium and native seeds at the L.A. Ecovillage Community Hub .

WHEN: Friday, May 10, 2024 at 7:30pm

WHERE:  L.A. Ecovillage Community Hub, 3554 W. 1st St., LA90004
(enter thru chain link gate on Bimini Place)

RESERVATIONS REQUESTED: crsp@igc.org or 213/738-1254

FREE EVENT BUT DONATIONS WELCOME 

FEEL FREE to bring snacks to share or your own brown bag dinner*

PLEASE BRING YOUR WATER BOTTLE.
*This is a ZERO WASTE event!
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WHATGarden Tour at Los Angeles Ecovillage with Carol Springer

WHEN: Saturday, May18, 2024 from 10am to 11:30am

WHERE: 117 Bimini Pl, Los Angeles Ecovillage 90004

DETAILS AND REGISTER HERE
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WHAT: A Seminar for Paradigm Shift via Zoom

WHEN: Saturday Mornings, May  11, 18, 25,
from 9 AM to 12 Noon Pacific Time.

DETAILS & REGISTRATION HERE
(note free or by donation)
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WHAT:  A walk & resources for wellness:
             May is Mental Health Awareness Month 

WHEN:  Saturday, May 18, 2024 from 1 to 4pm

WHERE: LA Ecovillage Community Hub
              3554 W. 1st St.
              LA 90004

Free but reservations requested:  crsp@igc.org

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WHAT:  Green Building Conference:    Build. Connect. Unify.
Where innovation meets sustainability, uniting advocates and companies
statewide to shape a greener California

WHEN: Thursday, May 23, 2024 – all day

Visit the L.A. Ecovillage booth and participate in a variety
of Table Talks and so much more.

WHERE:  The Beehive, 1000 E. 60th St., Los Angeles 90001

REGISTER AND VISIT CONFERENCE WEBSITE HERE   

Join us to hear THE REPORT!
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WHEN:  Friday, May 31, 2024 at 9am PT, noon EST ON-LINE
WHAT:   Degrowth and the State, Session 5 of a six part part series: Aim High: Degrow.
MORE INFO AND REGISTER:  https://euc.yorku.ca/euc-seminar-series-2023/
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WHEN: On-going workshops and resources from the

Foundation for Intentional Community.
Many low cost and free workshops, talks, books and other resources 
 Check it out.

___________________________

MAY – JUNE 2024
WORK PARTIES AT THE LA ECOVILLAGE COMMUNITY HUB;
Please let me know a few hours before on the day you’d like to participate:  Lois@igc.org or 213/738-1254

Tue. May 14 from 5 to 7pm
Mon May 20 from 4 to 6pm
Fri May 24 from 5 to 7pm
Tue., June 4 from 5 to 7pm
Thur. June 6 from 5 to 7pm
Tue. June 11 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 13 from 5 to 7pm
Wed June 19 from 5 to 7pm
Fri. June 21 from 5 to 7pm
Tue June 25 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 27 from 5 to 7pm

What to wear and bring:
Closed shoes, water bottle, hat, your good energy, snacks to share if you’d like.

What we’ll be doing:
–  Staffing our new Diversity Park
–  Maintaining Aquaponics system
–  Transplanting plants that have outgrown their pots
–  Spreading compost and mulch
–  Cutting weeds back.
–  Watering plants
–  Pruning suckers from neighborhood trees
–  Seed planting
–  Making compost
–  Redesigning/rearranging  our potted plant nursery
–  More….

Thanks,
Lois, crsp@igc.org or 213/738-1254

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Hear the Bike Talk podcast:
Saturdays 6-7am Pacific time on KPFK,  or streaming
Sundays 11am or Tuesdays 3pm Eastern time on 
Valley Free Radio.
Website: 
biketalk.org
You can stream back talks here too or on kpfk.org
Extra interviews going back over a decade at Soundcloud.com/biketalk.
Please join our Facebook Group
Twitter: BikeTalKPFK
Instagram: Biketalking
Click to SUBSCRIBE

 BikeTalk is a project of the Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute/CRSP

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OTHER PUBLIC TALKS AND EVENTS SERIES
COMING THIS YEAR
at the LA Ecovillage Community Hub: 
3554 W. 1st St.   Los Angeles 90004

Stay tuned for details:

Francis Anderton, author, Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles, Angel City Press, 2022.  Writer, broadcaster, speaker on LA design and architecture, with a focus on housing.

Dennis Hathaway, author, The Battle of Lincoln Place: an epic fight by tenants to save their homesCrania Press, 2022

The State of the Tenant Union Movement in Los Angeles,  speakers to be announced

Olivia Barham, founder Sacred Crossings Green Funerals, Death Midwifery.  Olivia was among the first to train and help people plan for their passing, and ensure that their wishes were carried out for a green funeral.

Worker Co-ops Panel

Starting an Aquaponics System 

Repair Cafe

IMPORTANT RESOURCES FOR LOS ANGELES BASED
SUSTAINABILITY/RESILIENCY ADVOCATES WHO WANT
TO STAY IN-THE-KNOW

 Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance: www.ncsa.org

 Neighborhood Council Tree Committee

L.A. Compost  

StreetsblogLA  

 Beverly-Vermont Community Land Trust 

 Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute 

Gardening in LA

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MORE RESOURCES FOR:

Ecovillages/Cohousing, Intentional Communities
For a variety of talks, workshops, conferences, books, articles and other resources on these topics, see:
www.gen-us.net (publisher of “Communities Magazine”)
www.ic.org  – many low cost and free workshops and resources
www.cohousing.org
www.ecovillage.org

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LA Ecovillage Volunteer Opportunities:
If you have been on an LAEV tour and would like to be invited to our work parties:
–  For the LAEV Institute Community Hub: (opportunities for aquaponics care, fruit tree & veggie growing in pots, composting care, librarians) contact Lois at crsp@igc.org
–  For the Solar Cooking and Garden In-Depth workshops, contact Carol
–  For the BVCLT White House Place Learning Garden, contact  kasey@bvclt.org
–  For Street Librarians bi-monthly Bike Ride, contact Jennifer at geneffer@pacbell.net
– For BikeTalk.  Experienced or training offered for audio editors (using Audacity), journalists, producers, conversationalists, mailers.  Contact Bike Talk Nick Richert
–  For Re:Ciclos, contact Jimmy Lizama

————————————–
 See LA Ecovillage Tour scheduleSee tour schedule below or here

__________________________                                     

WHEN: On-going workshops and resources from the
Foundation for Intentional Community.
Many low cost and free workshops, talks, books and other resources 
 Check it out.

___________________________

MAY – JUNE 2024
WORK PARTIES AT THE LA ECOVILLAGE COMMUNITY HUB;
Please let me know a few hours before on the day you’d like to participate:  Lois@igc.org or 213/738-1254

Tue. May 14 from 5 to 7pm
Mon May 20 from 4 to 6pm
Fri May 24 from 5 to 7pm
Tue., June 4 from 5 to 7pm
Thur. June 6 from 5 to 7pm
Tue. June 11 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 13 from 5 to 7pm
Wed June 19 from 5 to 7pm
Fri. June 21 from 5 to 7pm
Tue June 25 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 27 from 5 to 7pm

What to wear and bring:
Closed shoes, water bottle, hat, your good energy, snacks to share if you’d like.

What we’ll be doing:
–  Staffing our new Diversity Park
–  Maintaining Aquaponics system
–  Transplanting plants that have outgrown their pots
–  Spreading compost and mulch
–  Cutting weeds back.
–  Watering plants
–  Pruning suckers from neighborhood trees
–  Seed planting
–  Making compost
–  Redesigning/rearranging  our potted plant nursery
–  More….

Thanks,
Lois, crsp@igc.org or 213/738-1254

 ————————————
Hear the Bike Talk podcast:
Saturdays 6-7am Pacific time on KPFK,  or streaming
Sundays 11am or Tuesdays 3pm Eastern time on 
Valley Free Radio.
Website: 
biketalk.org
You can stream back talks here too or on kpfk.org
Extra interviews going back over a decade at Soundcloud.com/biketalk.
Please join our Facebook Group
Twitter: BikeTalKPFK
Instagram: Biketalking
Click to SUBSCRIBE

 BikeTalk is a project of the Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute/CRSP

______________________________

OTHER PUBLIC TALKS AND EVENTS SERIES
COMING THIS YEAR
at the LA Ecovillage Community Hub: 
3554 W. 1st St.   Los Angeles 90004

Stay tuned for details:

Francis Anderton, author, Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles, Angel City Press, 2022.  Writer, broadcaster, speaker on LA design and architecture, with a focus on housing.

Dennis Hathaway, author, The Battle of Lincoln Place: an epic fight by tenants to save their homesCrania Press, 2022

The State of the Tenant Union Movement in Los Angeles,  speakers to be announced

Olivia Barham, founder Sacred Crossings Green Funerals, Death Midwifery.  Olivia was among the first to train and help people plan for their passing, and ensure that their wishes were carried out for a green funeral.

Worker Co-ops Panel

Starting an Aquaponics System 

Repair Cafe

IMPORTANT RESOURCES FOR LOS ANGELES BASED
SUSTAINABILITY/RESILIENCY ADVOCATES WHO WANT
TO STAY IN-THE-KNOW

 Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance: www.ncsa.org

 Neighborhood Council Tree Committee

L.A. Compost  

StreetsblogLA  

 Beverly-Vermont Community Land Trust 

 Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute 

Gardening in LA

 ________________________

MORE RESOURCES FOR:

Ecovillages/Cohousing, Intentional Communities
For a variety of talks, workshops, conferences, books, articles and other resources on these topics, see:
www.gen-us.net (publisher of “Communities Magazine”)
www.ic.org  – many low cost and free workshops and resources
www.cohousing.org
www.ecovillage.org

————————————–

LA Ecovillage Volunteer Opportunities:
If you have been on an LAEV tour and would like to be invited to our work parties:
–  For the LAEV Institute Community Hub: (opportunities for aquaponics care, fruit tree & veggie growing in pots, composting care, librarians) contact Lois at crsp@igc.org
–  For the Solar Cooking and Garden In-Depth workshops, contact Carol
–  For the BVCLT White House Place Learning Garden, contact  kasey@bvclt.org
–  For Street Librarians bi-monthly Bike Ride, contact Jennifer at geneffer@pacbell.net
– For BikeTalk.  Experienced or training offered for audio editors (using Audacity), journalists, producers, conversationalists, mailers.  Contact Bike Talk Nick Richert
–  For Re:Ciclos, contact Jimmy Lizama

————————————–
See LA Ecovillage Tour schedule here www.laecovillage.org/home/tours/

    • See tour schedule below or here

__________________________

WHEN: On-going workshops and resources from the
Foundation for Intentional Community.
Many low cost and free workshops, talks, books and other resources 
 Check it out.

___________________________

MAY – JUNE 2024
WORK PARTIES AT THE LA ECOVILLAGE COMMUNITY HUB;
Please let me know a few hours before on the day you’d like to participate:  Lois@igc.org or 213/738-1254

Tue. May 14 from 5 to 7pm
Mon May 20 from 4 to 6pm
Fri May 24 from 5 to 7pm
Tue., June 4 from 5 to 7pm
Thur. June 6 from 5 to 7pm
Tue. June 11 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 13 from 5 to 7pm
Wed June 19 from 5 to 7pm
Fri. June 21 from 5 to 7pm
Tue June 25 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 27 from 5 to 7pm

What to wear and bring:
Closed shoes, water bottle, hat, your good energy, snacks to share if you’d like.

What we’ll be doing:
–  Staffing our new Diversity Park
–  Maintaining Aquaponics system
–  Transplanting plants that have outgrown their pots
–  Spreading compost and mulch
–  Cutting weeds back.
–  Watering plants
–  Pruning suckers from neighborhood trees
–  Seed planting
–  Making compost
–  Redesigning/rearranging  our potted plant nursery
–  More….

Thanks,
Lois, crsp@igc.org or 213/738-1254

 ————————————
Hear the Bike Talk podcast:
Saturdays 6-7am Pacific time on KPFK,  or streaming
Sundays 11am or Tuesdays 3pm Eastern time on 
Valley Free Radio.
Website: 
biketalk.org
You can stream back talks here too or on kpfk.org
Extra interviews going back over a decade at Soundcloud.com/biketalk.
Please join our Facebook Group
Twitter: BikeTalKPFK
Instagram: Biketalking
Click to SUBSCRIBE

 BikeTalk is a project of the Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute/CRSP

______________________________

OTHER PUBLIC TALKS AND EVENTS SERIES
COMING THIS YEAR
at the LA Ecovillage Community Hub: 
3554 W. 1st St.   Los Angeles 90004

Stay tuned for details:

Francis Anderton, author, Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles, Angel City Press, 2022.  Writer, broadcaster, speaker on LA design and architecture, with a focus on housing.

Dennis Hathaway, author, The Battle of Lincoln Place: an epic fight by tenants to save their homesCrania Press, 2022

The State of the Tenant Union Movement in Los Angeles,  speakers to be announced

Olivia Barham, founder Sacred Crossings Green Funerals, Death Midwifery.  Olivia was among the first to train and help people plan for their passing, and ensure that their wishes were carried out for a green funeral.

Worker Co-ops Panel

Starting an Aquaponics System 

Repair Cafe

IMPORTANT RESOURCES FOR LOS ANGELES BASED
SUSTAINABILITY/RESILIENCY ADVOCATES WHO WANT
TO STAY IN-THE-KNOW

 Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance: www.ncsa.org

 Neighborhood Council Tree Committee

L.A. Compost  

StreetsblogLA  

 Beverly-Vermont Community Land Trust 

 Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute 

Gardening in LA

 ________________________

MORE RESOURCES FOR:

Ecovillages/Cohousing, Intentional Communities
For a variety of talks, workshops, conferences, books, articles and other resources on these topics, see:
www.gen-us.net (publisher of “Communities Magazine”)
www.ic.org  – many low cost and free workshops and resources
www.cohousing.org
www.ecovillage.org

————————————–

LA Ecovillage Volunteer Opportunities:
If you have been on an LAEV tour and would like to be invited to our work parties:
–  For the LAEV Institute Community Hub: (opportunities for aquaponics care, fruit tree & veggie growing in pots, composting care, librarians) contact Lois at crsp@igc.org
–  For the Solar Cooking and Garden In-Depth workshops, contact Carol
–  For the BVCLT White House Place Learning Garden, contact  kasey@bvclt.org
–  For Street Librarians bi-monthly Bike Ride, contact Jennifer at geneffer@pacbell.net
– For BikeTalk.  Experienced or training offered for audio editors (using Audacity), journalists, producers, conversationalists, mailers.  Contact Bike Talk Nick Richert
–  For Re:Ciclos, contact Jimmy Lizama

————————————–
See LA Ecovillage Tour schedule here www.laecovillage.org/home/tours/

    • See tour schedule below or here

__________________________


WHEN:  On-going workshops and resources from the
Foundation for Intentional Community.
Many low cost and free workshops, talks, books and other resources 
 
Check it out.

___________________________

MAY – JUNE 2024
WORK PARTIES AT THE LA ECOVILLAGE COMMUNITY HUB;
Please let me know a few hours before on the day you’d like to participate:  Lois@igc.org or 213/738-1254

Tue. May 14 from 5 to 7pm
Mon May 20 from 4 to 6pm
Fri May 24 from 5 to 7pm
Tue., June 4 from 5 to 7pm
Thur. June 6 from 5 to 7pm
Tue. June 11 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 13 from 5 to 7pm
Wed June 19 from 5 to 7pm
Fri. June 21 from 5 to 7pm
Tue June 25 from 5 to 7pm
Thur June 27 from 5 to 7pm

What to wear and bring:
Closed shoes, water bottle, hat, your good energy, snacks to share if you’d like.

What we’ll be doing:
–  Staffing our new Diversity Park
–  Maintaining Aquaponics system
–  Transplanting plants that have outgrown their pots
–  Spreading compost and mulch
–  Cutting weeds back.
–  Watering plants
–  Pruning suckers from neighborhood trees
–  Seed planting
–  Making compost
–  Redesigning/rearranging  our potted plant nursery
–  More….

Thanks,
Lois, crsp@igc.org or 213/738-1254

 ————————————
Hear the Bike Talk podcast:
Saturdays 6-7am Pacific time on KPFK,  or streaming
Sundays 11am or Tuesdays 3pm Eastern time on 
Valley Free Radio.
Website: 
biketalk.org
You can stream back talks here too or on kpfk.org
Extra interviews going back over a decade at Soundcloud.com/biketalk.
Please join our Facebook Group
Twitter: BikeTalKPFK
Instagram: Biketalking
Click to SUBSCRIBE

 BikeTalk is a project of the Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute/CRSP

______________________________

OTHER PUBLIC TALKS AND EVENTS SERIES
COMING THIS YEAR
at the LA Ecovillage Community Hub: 
3554 W. 1st St.   Los Angeles 90004

Stay tuned for details:

Francis Anderton, author, Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles, Angel City Press, 2022.  Writer, broadcaster, speaker on LA design and architecture, with a focus on housing.

Dennis Hathaway, author, The Battle of Lincoln Place: an epic fight by tenants to save their homesCrania Press, 2022

The State of the Tenant Union Movement in Los Angeles,  speakers to be announced

Olivia Barham, founder Sacred Crossings Green Funerals, Death Midwifery.  Olivia was among the first to train and help people plan for their passing, and ensure that their wishes were carried out for a green funeral.

Worker Co-ops Panel

Starting an Aquaponics System 

Repair Cafe


IMPORTANT RESOURCES FOR LOS ANGELES BASED
SUSTAINABILITY/RESILIENCY ADVOCATES WHO WANT
TO STAY IN-THE-KNOW

 Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance: www.ncsa.org

 Neighborhood Council Tree Committee

L.A. Compost  

StreetsblogLA  

 Beverly-Vermont Community Land Trust 

 Los Angeles Ecovillage Institute 

Gardening in LA

 ________________________

MORE RESOURCES FOR:

Ecovillages/Cohousing, Intentional Communities
For a variety of talks, workshops, conferences, books, articles and other resources on these topics, see:
www.gen-us.net (publisher of “Communities Magazine”)
www.ic.org  – many low cost and free workshops and resources
www.cohousing.org
www.ecovillage.org

————————————–

LA Ecovillage Volunteer Opportunities:
If you have been on an LAEV tour and would like to be invited to our work parties:
–  For the LAEV Institute Community Hub: (opportunities for aquaponics care, fruit tree & veggie growing in pots, composting care, librarians) contact Lois at crsp@igc.org
–  For the Solar Cooking and Garden In-Depth workshops, contact Carol
–  For the BVCLT White House Place Learning Garden, contact  kasey@bvclt.org
–  For Street Librarians bi-monthly Bike Ride, contact Jennifer at geneffer@pacbell.net
– For BikeTalk.  Experienced or training offered for audio editors (using Audacity), journalists, producers, conversationalists, mailers.  Contact Bike Talk Nick Richert
–  For Re:Ciclos, contact Jimmy Lizama

————————————–
See LA Ecovillage Tour schedule here www.laecovillage.org/home/tours/


    • See tour schedule below or here

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Upcoming events April – May 2022

See tour schedule below or here

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Sat.,  April  23, 9:30 – 11:30 am.  Learn about using solar cookers and regenerative gardening in Los Angeles Eco Village.   – IN PERSON
Demonstration of three types of solar cookers. While food is cooking (weather permitting),  walk through and talk about the different types of gardens and- composting.  We will finish with a taste of sun-cooked gluten free vegan food.
This is an outdoor event. Please wear enclosed shoes and comfortable clothes – work clothes if you want to help with compost.  Wear mask, bring sunscreen, bug spray, plate and eating utensils.  Space limited to 15.  Tickets $17.  Reserve and pay here.  Limited number of complimentary tickets with promo code “FreeGuest”

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CANCELED:  WATCH FOR NEW DATE.  Sat., April 9, 2022 from 12:30 to 3pm: Karaoke Bike Ride to a local central city neighborhood. Folks on bikes meet at the LA Ecovillage Community Hub, 3554 W. 1st Street at 12:30pm for biking to a nearby neighborhood to be announced.  Register here and watch for details.

This workshop made possible by a grant from the LADWP

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Sat, April 23, 2022 from 1 to 2:30 pm.  Save Energy, Save Money and Win free workshop.  Virtual.  Our special speaker will be a representative from the sunrise movement.  Register here:  bit.ly/3dJmKRY

This workshop made possible by a grant from the LADWP

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Fri & Sat May 20-21, 2022, the 21st Municipal Green Building Conference at LA Trade Technical College – Live and in-person.  Los Angeles Ecovillage will be hosting a booth on Community Day May 21, and the conference is free and open to the public that day.   Get a glimpse of what will be happening here.  And save the date and watch for more registration details

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LA Eco-Village Tours on the following dates from 10:30am to 1pm.  Registration and vaccinations required. 
Saturday, April 2, 2022 from 10:30am to 1pm CANCELED
Saturday, April 16, 2022 from 10:30am to 1pm
Saturday, April 30, 2022 from 10:30am to 1pm
Saturday, May 14, 2022 from 10:30am to 1pm
Saturday, May 28, 2022 from 10:30am to 1pm

Details  here

 

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Rampart Village Neighborhood Council Meeting. 3rd Tue of each month at 6:00 pm.

What:     Rampart Village Neighborhood Council Meeting
Where:  155 No. Occidental Blvd., LA 90026 or via Zoom during Covid-19
                crisis.  Check website for agendas/details:  www.rvnc.org   
                Currently meetings are held on-line at
                https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84399345554

When:   Third Tuesday each month s at 6pm 

More information:  http://www.rvnc.org

The Rampart Village Neighborhood Council meets the 3rd Tuesday each month at 6 pm.  The 11 member Council frequently takes up issues of urban sustainability in the L.A. Eco-Village and adjacent neighborhoods.  This is a great opportunity to support more inner city sustainability initiatives.  You can join committees, give public input, run for the Board.  Not a citizen, no problem, your input is invited, and you CAN VOTE!

 

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