The next Core Concepts Workshop and Communications Workshop will be held on December 6th – 8th. If you are interested in teaching for G3 or working with us to transform the urban landscape, this is your point of entry! Place TBD, but look for us in Orange County.
It’s been a year since we led a one-day Sponge Garden building day in Pasadena at the pocket park at Union & Catalina Aves. Kelley Hanna, G3 Certified Professional 2009 and The Plant Goddess of Pasadena joined Managing Member, Pamela Berstler, in a drive by of the garden to see which plants were happy, and […]
In order to qualify for an Ocean Friendly Garden Yard Sign, the planting plan must include at least 10% local native plants. Most of the Ocean Friendly Demonstration Gardens are planted with 100% natives or close cultivars (as are available in the nursery trade). Here in the Malibu Bluffs Park OFG, in order to demonstrate […]
Malibu Bluffs Park Ocean Friendly Garden debuts with a blessing and the traditional ribbon cutting. We couldn’t say it better than the Malibu Times: “This garden is one of many ways the City of Malibu continues to deliver on its commitment to environmental stewardship, specifically our ongoing quest to protect ocean water quality,” Mayor Lou […]
Posted on 10. Mar, 2013 by pamela in Curb Your Pollution, G3 Blog, G3 Community, G3 Consutling Node, G3 Partners, Los Angeles/South Bay, Low Impact Design, Rain Capture, Rain Gardens, Water LA Rainwater Harvesting Project, Water Quality, Watershed Notes
Panorama City stormwater becomes future drinking water through the curb cut made by participants in the Water LA Parkway Raingarden class, led by G3 Certified Professionals, Tom Rau and Marianne Simon in February 2013. You know you’re dealing with proud homeowners when they rush outside during a rainstorm to capture photographs of the curb cut […]