For the February Family Garden Workshop, educators from the Garden School Foundation will lead participants in a hands-on exploration of the ecosystem taking place within our soil. Through learning about the decomposers that manage our natural organic waste, including worms, pill bugs, earwigs, and mites, families will make their own compost tea bags to brew nutritious food for plants. The Garden School Foundation turns asphalt into ecosystems throughout Los Angeles by providing a wide scope of education through hands-on learning in outdoor classrooms to local schools including 24th Street School in the West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles, along with six other Title I Elementary Schools across the city. This drop-in activity is free, however, reservations are recommended. Click here to register.
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