EnrichLA is a community wellness non-profit organization that builds edible gardens and green spaces in local schools, with a particular focus on low-income and underserved neighborhoods of Los Angeles.  Since 2011 EnrichLA has built over 70 school gardens all across Los Angeles, ranging from 1 acre wildlands habitats and farms, to reading gardens or small raised beds.

Spirals in Nature @ Foster
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We got to learn about spirals in nature at Foster Elementary last week. After reading the beautifully illustrated book, Swirl by Swirl; Spirals in Nature, we learned a bit about Fibonacci and how he first found the pattern that creates these spiral… Read More

 
I Eat a Rainbow Everyday! At 6th Ave Elem
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Did you know that eating a rainbow is not only fun but good for your body? Each color of the rainbow has different nutrients that your body needs to be happy: Red fruits and vegetables like TOMATOES, STRAWBERRIES AND GRAPEFRUIT--these have an… Read More

 
Worms!! At Sullivan PreK
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I have no backbone My head and my tail look the same I can't see I have no teeth I wiggle and squirm I love to eat dirt and munch on food scraps (my favorite thing to eat is newspaper!) I like dark, moist places I'm scared of birds and peopl… Read More

 
Eating the Rainbow @ Montemalaga
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Inspired by Garden Ranger Hope, I wanted to share how we can eat the "rainbow" today at Montemalaga Elementary School. The students, myself, Hope and intern Mary made a salad together that included all of ROYGBIV (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, In… Read More

 
Respecting the soil at Los Feliz Charter For The Arts
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Spring is here, that means winter vegetables are out Spring prep Next we take off the mulch, and add some compost.  We do not want to deplete the nutrients in the soil   The soil is amended, we  cover the beds with mulch,  an… Read More