Whiteboard Project

We’ll be bringing the white board to all of our projects/events. Join the revolution and tell the world why you guerrilla garden.

Rapping (ahem, attempting to rap) for ACE

LAGG attended an ACE workshop and got to take part in some of the activities. Groups were asked to rap about each other and what they do. We had a blast. We also met some AMAZING highschool students who are going to change the world. Alliance for Climate Education

Rock ‘N Crawl

dance

To celebrate EARTH WEEK and raise a little money for LAGG, we practiced a little GG at 9 metro red line stops with LIVE MUSIC at each stop!  We boarded the Red Line Metro and installed nine different gardens as we rocked our way through Hollywood. We installed gardens at these stops: Universal Hollywood & […]

Seed Bomb Video

A quick little video to show you how to make seed bombs. If you have questions on ingredients, check out our Tips & Tricks page. Special thanks to Bonnie Hawthorne for shooting and editing this little gem.

Seed Bomb (Bar) Crawl

Seed Bomb (Bar) Crawl | Greenhaus

I RAN. I GARDENED. I DRANK. …NOW WHAT? Hi. You ran 990 stairs. You created 7 new gardens. You threw a 167 seedbombs. You drank a few drinks. You made a new friend. You did it all in the rain. (and in Prom attire!) You. Are. Awesome. Thank you for joining us on our first […]

Seed Bomb Workshop | Girl Scout Troop 11865

Mr. Stamen visited Girl Scout Troop 11865 in Torrance to teach them about Guerrilla Gardening and help create seedbombs. The girls were excited to get their hands dirty and learn how to beautify their neighborhoods.

Getting Crafty

We hosted a small gathering to create homemade planters out of milk jugs and other containers to hang throughout the city.

Seed Bomb Workshop (Manual Arts HS)

August 6, 2008  |  Seed Bomb Workshop  |  Manual Arts High School Mr. Stamen and Roly Poly visited Manual Arts High School to help with a special program hosted by UC Berkeley, encouraging students to monitor pollution in LA and research ways to prevent it. Read more about the program at: BlackCloud.org | TheDailyPolluter.org