Monday, March 1, 2010

Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative


Become a Certified UC Victory Gardener through the
Part of University of California Cooperative Extension's
Master Gardener Program

Join Your Neighborhood Victory Garden Circle:

Location: Milagro Allegro Community Garden
115 S. Avenue 56, Los Angele 90042

Dates/times: April 10, 11, 17, 18,
10 am - 1 pm (CLOSED)

2nd series added:
Dates/times: April 10, 11, 17, 18,
4 pm - 7 pm (CLOSED)

3rd series added: Spanish Only
Dates/times: May 1 & 2
9 am - 4 pm

4th series added:
Dates / times: May 15 & 16
9am - 4 pm

Cost: $15 per workshop, $50 for 4 class series

Instructor: Master Gardener, Milli Macen-Moore

Registration: 1-800-863-5476 (leave message), or email me


I'm thrilled to be able to teach and share my knowledge with you. Growing your own organic food in an urban setting can significantly change your health and way of life.

Some details...
I will be providing full and partial scholarships for those of you who are interested with limited funds. Please note, this series is on basic organic vegetable gardening. You must attend all four classes in the series to become a UC Certified Victory Gardener. After the series is over, we will attempt to meet informally to share our gardening experiences and have a chance to ask and answer questions. Limited to 20 people. Spanish translation will also be available. Seeds, seedlings, soil and plastic pots will be provided. For more information, please contact me.

Looking forward to a successful Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative!

Peas & Radishes,

Milli Macen-Moore
Master Gardener &
Neighborhood Coordinator
Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative

Instructor's Bio:
Milli Macen-Moore, is a certified Master Gardener and Sustainable Landscape Expert through UC Cooperative Extension's Common Ground Program. Milli specializes and holds workshops on organic edible landscapes for self-sustainability throughout Los Angeles County. She enjoys educating and empowering children on how to grow, harvest, and eat more nutritious fruits and vegetables. Her passion is growing 50% of her family's food in her urban backyard. For more information please contact Milli directly:

For the official press release, please click on image below...