Let's Move! Member & LAUSD veteran, Kerri Eich is Director, School of Health & Environmental Sciences recently hosted an event packed with solutions developed in dry North Africa! Collaborating with Freshest Quality Organics + Chahtech, Tunisia-based Dr. Bellachheb Chahbani, PhD. (agro-economics) taught students & community members in the campus Food Forest. Dr. Chahbani donated 'Buried Diffusers' that manage irrigation from the underground, greatly reducing water usage.
Chahbani is on a USA tour demonstrating his innovative, award-winning products to growers and water management officials. He spoke at the 2014 Global Forum on Innovations in Agriculture sponsored by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Islamic Development Bank; The Presidential Affairs Ministry of the United Arab Emirates and others.
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Let's Move! Garden Team Members Jeanne Kuntz, of YogaSalad.Net & Mar Vista Community Council Green Committee, Claire Gerard of Enrich LA school garden program and Ron Kato, Director of MOA Wellness Center USA participated in this rare and inspiring community learning experience.
On April 10th (see events), we'll have a TEACH-IN event at University High School's 6th Annual Health & Fitness Fair. Stay tuned for April Garden Month events at over 20 Westside schools and 40+ homes in Mar Vista and Venice. April is Garden education Month! Learn to grow your own food. Get involved for Spring...
Members of Let's Move! Orange County, John King, Prod/Host 'Fitness For Every Life' (KVMD Ch23); Byron & Melissa Culp Family welcomed (right) Trainers De Jur Jones (Yoga) and Skye Kelly (Tai Chi).
Conf Program Mgr/LAUSD staffer/Let's Move! Teamer, Bev Vigil recruited us last April to lead a creative fitness session. Training focused on 'Cultural Fitness' for students. Proud to support National Adapted PE Teachers. Watch for Let's Move! OC...
The Del Rey Neighborhood Council produced a Family Wellness Day event. The City of LA supports a network of 95 duly-elected neighborhood councils. These elected volunteers combat apathy by problem-solving & improving quality of life by working with city officials and departments. Learn more at Empower LA. Everyone wants Healthier LA neighborhoods...