Weekend Projects is a biweekly, weekend volunteer program at Arlington Garden where volunteers ages 16+ work on longer-term projects while learning about regenerative gardening.
No prior experience as a volunteer or gardener is necessary, but space is limited, and you must sign up for free in advance. Masks are mandatory in the garden and please bring water (there is no potable water on site), weather appropriate clothing and/or sunscreen, and gloves.
Sign up HERE!
On December 19th you will be planting native plants in the revitalized meadow!
Arlington Garden is a climate-appropriate, habitat garden offering learning, inspiration, and enjoyment for all. They use only regenerative techniques, which means that they do not use pesticides, herbicides, or “chemical” fertilizers. Their goal is to help volunteers acquire the skills and inspiration to practice regenerative gardening for themselves.
Weekend Projects is facilitated by Learning Naturalist Levi Brewster, who guides volunteers from 9 AM -12 PM every other Sunday morning. He has been teaching and working in community and school gardens as well as doing restoration of wildlands in LA County for over 15 years and he also works with schools, libraries and non profit organizations as an educator, gardener, and landscape designer.
Levi is a certified CA Naturalist and is interested in building healthy relationships between people and our surrounding ecosystems.
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Date: Sunday, December 19th
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST
Price: FREE (Sign up mandatory)