Posts Tagged ‘OMI/Excelsior Living Library & Think Park’

Feb16

Learning About Native Plants & Edible Herbs In OMI/ Excelsior Living Library & Think Park

 

Denman Middle School students learned about native plants, uninvited “weeds”, and which of these species are actually edible.  Afterwards, they explored the Living Library gardens searching for tasty greens to throw into their salad.

In a scavenger hunt, they found chickweed, cleavers, mint, nasturtium, and dandelion, to name a few.

Then they harvested heads of lettuce, washed and cut them up, and whipped up a delicious salad dressing—with fresh picked lemons from the garden.

All in ALL, in was a fun feast for the middle schoolers!

 

Submitted by : 

Stefan MartiA.L.L. Teacher & Garden Instructor

Jan20

Free Community Workshops For Spring 2020 On Organic & CA Native Gardening Are Back!

A Living Library_SF Workshop_Jan 26

Have you taken any resolutions this year for your environment and community? Join us for FREE Community Workshops - Spring Sessions on Organic & CA Native Gardening on January 26, 2020 (1.30 PM - 5 PM) and help your environment. Please meet in OMI/ Excelsior Living Library Lower Garden - on Oneida off San Jose Avenue between Ocean and Geneva Avenues, and Denman & San Miguel schools - Near Balboa BART.  

All ages are welcome! 

Let us make a positive change in our environment this year! 

Dec19

Teach Them Young ! A Living Library’s STEAM + Literacy Classes for K-12 Students in SF

Young people with caring adults create a more ecological environment in their school-yard, neighborhood, and community. Life Frames, Inc. & A Living Library's have always been working towards teaching integrated hands-on knowledge to K-12 students about real-world challenges including climate change, sustainable development, flood mitigation, and rainwater harvesting. (more…)

Dec12

Update On Dramatic Transformation of Seneca Avenue Streetscape Into Ecological CA Native Rain Gardens

Continuing with our earlier post on Transformation of Seneca Avenue Streetscape in San Francisco, we want to share more updates on the progress of this unique urban greening project by Life Frames, Inc. & A Living Library.  Seneca Avenue, between San Jose and Cayuga Avenues in the Islais Creek Watershed, has long been a wide, barren, long hill, contributing greatly to overflowing sewers and flooding in the Cayuga Valley and Islais Creek Watershed. 

After cutting and removing tons of concrete from the site, the transformation of this former heat island into lush CA Native Rain Gardens has finally begun. Over 200 students from Leadership High School, as well as other community members, have actively participated in planting California native  trees and understory plants on the site. Shown here are a few pictures documenting the dedicated hard work of the youth and adults in transforming this previously desolate space, into fertile, blue/green, multifunctional native landscapes. (more…)

Nov27

Invitation to FREE Organic & CA Native Plants Workshop- December 07, 2019!

A Living Library

Please join us for our next A Living Library FREE Organic Gardening & California Native Plants Workshop in D11 at the OMI/ Excelsior Living Library & Think Park on Saturday, December 07, 2019 from 1.30 P.M. to 5 P.M.  

Meet us in Lower Garden on Oneida off San Jose Avenue between Ocean and Geneva Avenues, and Denman & San Miguel schools - Near Balboa BART. 

All ages are welcome, including seniors!

Looking forward to seeing you soon. Thanks & Happy Holidays! 

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