Long Beach community garden
The Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF), in partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Long Beach, created a community garden at the Dean A Eastman/Fairfield Boys and Girls Club in North Long Beach on Saturday, November 14, 2015.
The bike tour starts at Trace Fukuhara’s Pacific Wind Arts Sculpture Garden.
Explore some of Long Beach’s best kept secret urban gardens in the north, central and downtown neighborhoods.
Empact, a grassroots bicycle advocacy group sponsored by the California Endowment, is organizing a slow paced bicycle tour of community gardens and farms in Long Beach.
Long Beach Organic, (LBO) a non-profit that manages 9 community gardens in Long Beach is seeking a buyer for their Wrigley Village Garden, a children’s themed urban oasis developed in 2010 with the help of the City of LB’s Neighborhood Leadership Program’s “Waves4Change” team.
Despite pockets of community gardens, the promise of urban agriculture in Long Beach hasn’t moved much beyond the talking stage. Cities like San Francisco and Seattle encourage urban gardens and even allow the raising of chickens and goats.
Wrigley is Going Green, a grass roots neighborhood environmental organization devoted to saving and planting trees in Long Beach, was awarded a Neighborhood Partners Program grant to plant 60 trees in the area immediately surrounding the Wrigley Garden and create a mural by our very own local artist, Lisa Wibroe, to go in the thriving community garden.
A state grant will fund construction for a new community center in Orizaba Park.
A $2.2 million grant from the State of California Natural Resources Agency will be used fund a community center and community garden at Orizaba Park, located on Orizaba Avenue between Spaulding and 14th Street.
Tonight! Wednesday, September 22, 2010 the North Pine Neighborhood Alliance (NPNA) will host a Community Meeting at Exhibit [A] Gallery.
Join members of NPNA at the community meeting this evening for a discussion of agenda items:
NPNA Project/Event Updates
Pacific & 6th Community Garden Revitalization Project
Local, sustainable and under the stars! The Long Beach Farm Dinner on October 23 is a rare chance to dine al fresco in an urban garden, and a smart way for garden organizers to raise money for The Growing Experience in Carmelitos.
Master Gardener Adriana Martinez author of the slightly subversive always entertaining urban gardening blog Anarchy in the Garden launches further into the backyard farming foray with a start up business designed to encourage environmental stewardship and promote healthy lifestyles.
Long Beach Organic (LBO) once again invites community members, families and friends to attend its annual Summer Solstice Celebration, to be held at the Wild Oats Community Garden on Saturday, June 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.