Planting at Wilton Place

At Wilton Place we have been talking so much about our life cycles of plants. I always feel like it is way more fun to witness it first hand.

So we began to plant both radishes and beans in our school garden. We will check on our sprouts and see what our little seeds needs are.

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We poke the soil with our pinkies, then we wiggle around the soil, then drop our seeds in and cover. This way we are all able to plant our seeds the appropriate depth so they can grow properly.

Christina Perez

Christina began her career in Urban Agriculture Development as an Urban Garden Educator in Portland, ME. She has recently moved to South LA, to take the tools and knowledge she has acquired to aid in dismantling the food apartheid.
“I firmly believe that educating youth is the best way to enact change. If people are aware of their options, they are more apt to make better choices. Which insures a healthy and happy future.”
She also works for RootDownLA managing food distribution systems and a food production garden. She actively works in food justice and feels that it an intersectional bridge towards a better life for all people.