I said before April is shaping up to be an incredibly busy month.  Although I promised to get back to musing from the urban homestead (have some really neat posting in the queue!) we have a few important happenings that we’d like to highlight.

I will be sending out a newsletter later today (hopefully) but in the meantime spread the word!


Apr 18 – Smith & Hawken, Pasadena (519 S. Lake Ave)
10 a.m. – 11 a.m. / FREE
Composting for the Urban Homestead Workshop with Jules Dervaes

Apr 19 – Universal Studios Hollywood Eco-Fair
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  / FREE
Tabling, meet & greet

Apr 20 – Co-opportunity – Santa Monica Public Library
7 p.m. – 9 p.m. / FREE
Urban Homesteading presentation

Apr 25 – Pasadena Greening the Earth Day, Memorial Park
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. / FREE
Tabling, meet & greet

Apr 26 – Sustainable Claremont Earth Day (Downtown Claremont)
12 p.m. – 5 p.m. / FREE
Urban Homesteading presentation  (1:00 pm – 2:00 pm)

Apr 26 – Path to Freedom Film & Food Night, Pasadena
5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Screening brand new documentary ‘FOOD MATTERS’, Freedom Gardens Gathering and local foods potluck.

On the Homegrown Revolution front, it will be screening in these following cities as part of Patagonia’s Wild & Scenic Tour.  Actually, we were informed that HGR is in the top five most requested films on this tour!   Still amazes us this little in home production has blossomed into a “official” short film.

10-Apr    Reef Relief    Key West, FL
17-Apr    Jax Outdoor Gear    Loveland, CO
22-Apr    Jax Outdoor Gear    Fort Collins, CO
25-Apr    Jax Outdoor Gear    Ames, IA
17-Apr    Truckee Tahoe Earth Day    Squaw Valley, CA
22-Apr    Backcountry Outfitters    Traverse City, MI
22-Apr    SANE (Student Assoc.Nature and the Enviro)    Spokane, WA
24-Apr    Plateau Action Network    Fayetteville, WV
25-Apr    “e” inc.    Boston, MA

More screening and ticket information

Homegrown Revolution was well received at the San Diego screening last week.   It was really neat to see people so moved and inspired to go home and make small changes in their lives.


  1. EmilyB says:

    Oh how I would love to attend the composting workshop. Pity I am on the other side of the world… Could you show us how you do it on here?
    You all do such wonderful work. Thanks for a very insipring urban homestead journal!

  2. C says:

    Oh that is just too precious to see the little boy touch Jordanne, instead of the chicken. He probably wanted to see if she was real! Sweet sweet sweet! (big smile) Blessings! C

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