The Garden School Foundation is dedicated to providing an interdisciplinary program of education through garden-based learning in outdoor living classrooms. Turning asphalt into ecosystems, they teach standards-based lessons and cooking classes in the garden classroom and provide educators the tools they need to make school gardens thrive. In short, they’re awesome!
Malibu Compost donated our Biodynamic Bu’s Blend to this one-of-a-kind event designed to give schools and communities the tools they need to build their own sustainable gardens.
Malibu Compost partnered with Mud Baron to develop and supply resources to the school garden project at Baldwin Hills Elementary located in Los Angeles.
Malibu Compost donated our Bu’s Blend to the Wonderland Avenue School garden project.
Malibu Compost teamed up with Fox Broadcasting Company, American Idol contestant Tim Urban, and Castle Heights Elementary school students, parents, and teachers to plant trees, flowers, replant and refurbish gardens, and start a worm farm that will be used for composting in honor of Earth Day 2010.
Malibu Compost donated our Bu’s Blend to the Waldorf School of Orange County’s school garden project.
Malibu Compost donated our Bu’s Blend Biodynamic Compost to help Highland Hall’s school garden project get off to a great start! Students got their hands dirty as they laid the foundations for their soon-to-be thriving garden beds!
April Palmer Landscape Design specializes in residential landscape planning, design and installation. They bring to each project, regardless of size or scope, a dedication and commitment to creating environments that fulfill their clients’ dreams for their own personal and unique sanctuaries. ALPD is a full service firm that is mindful of the importance of honoring the natural landscape, the architectural integrity of the home, and the responsible use of resources.
The mission of Heart Beet Gardening is to promote food security, sustainable gardening practices, and urban agriculture by enabling households to have their own vegetable gardens. By building and maintaining vegetable gardens for clients Heart Beet gives households independence from the commercial food system and increases accessibility to fresh, organic produce.
Buy Local Santa Monica was created by representatives of the Santa Monica business community and the City of Santa Monica to support local businesses and raise awareness of the community, economic and environmental benefits of choosing local first.
The Malibu Garden Club is a non-profit organization whose mission is to aid in the beautification of Malibu, promote civic development and improvement, present scholarships to deserving students of horticulture, landscape architecture or related fields along with creating and promoting goodwill & friendship among local residents.
The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) is a non-profit organization acting as a professional networking forum, an information clearinghouse and an industry advocate. SBC serves California businesses and individuals working with sustainable products, services and processes. SBC’s goal is to assist our members to improve their profits, enhance their communities, and protect the environment by educating them on the vast opportunities represented by technologies and management philosophies embedded in the global sustainability movement.
The lovely Norma Bonilla teaches her clients how to care for the soil—because you can’t grow anything until you grow your soil. Soilove offers their expertise to homes, businesses, community gardens, school gardens, & non-profit organizations. Growing GARDENS, COMMUNITY, & the LOVE for our SOIL.
Malibu Compost is helping to create biodynamic food boxes which will be donated as a part of the food share program which feeds fifty thousand people a year.
Malibu Compost is honored to be donating 1% of our profits to the Chez Panisse Foundation. Chef Alice Waters established the foundation in 1996 to support public school programs that use food to educate, nurture and empower youth.
Cinematographer Quyen Tran is a self-proclaimed food snob. She only drinks loose leaf tea at home and carries over 60 varieties. But, she still loves In & Out burgers, animal style. One time she broke her spice mill making garam masala, so she used a mortar & pestle to finish the job…4 hours later. She recently used Bu’s Blend to revitalize her backyard from a museum of weeds to a thriving organic garden.
Blogger and certified Master Gardener Adriana Martinez believes there’s nothing more punk rock than growing your own food. Though she’s a city girl, she has managed to grow enough food for her whole block in two raised beds and a community garden plot and shares her experience with the world through her blog!
Sherri Akers is a passionate environmentalist who spends both her work and free time on projects with a green focus. She and her husband have spent the last few years reducing their carbon and water footprint and continue to strive to do more – all while sharing what they learn with others through her blog.