Stevenson Garden Volunteers Host Family Garden Workday

By On July 5, 2016

Editors Note: Story sent in by volunteer

On May 14th, Stevenson Garden Volunteers hosted a family garden workday. Approximately 30 volunteers, including children were in attendance.

Also on hand were (L to R) Rayna Boehme, Laurie Okin, Charlene Ishkhanian, Christina Desiderio (Principal, Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary), Sue Zimmermann, and Tomas O'Grady (Executive Director, EnrichLA)

Also on hand were (L to R) Rayna Boehme, Laurie Okin, Charlene Ishkhanian, Christina Desiderio (Principal, Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary), Sue Zimmermann, and Tomas O’Grady (Executive Director, EnrichLA)

It was definitely a positive experience, and a much needed event to help clean-up the garden, as a precursor for our even bigger project to come, “EnrichLA.”

We weeded, organized, watered, and guided even our little ones in helping clean-up the garden. Stevenson Elementary School is currently partnering up with EnrichLA, and hoping to create a more sustainable future for our Stevenson Garden Pirate Patch!

Our children continue to thrive in our garden, and we are passionate about creating a peaceful, green, and as close to “Mother Earth” space where they can grow and continue to learn.

We are very thankful to alI our hardworking volunteers!!!

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