Commune with Nature

Commune with Nature

Every Saturday, 9:30 AM – 12PM
Admission: Free (Donation is welcome)
Phone: (323) 876-5528
Email: su.ie1508311566muhs@1508311566doowy1508311566lloh1508311566
Location: 7406 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046

Learn about Natural Agriculture and how to grow food in pure untreated soil. This is a great chance to commune with nature and revitalize your spirit at Shumei’s Natural Agriculture Garden in Hollywood!

If you are interested in, please contact us.

– https://commune-with-nature.eventbrite.com
– Message to Shumei Hollywood Center
– Email to su.ie1508311566muhs@1508311566doowy1508311566lloh1508311566
– Call to (323) 876-5528

————————
Natural Agriculture is a philosophy and a way of life based on a deep respect and regard for Nature. It encompasses the way we eat, cook, and think about food. In addition to the sustainable farming of crops, Natural Agriculture puts us in touch with the wisdom of nature so that we can work in harmony with our world.

Home

Shumei America Hollywood Center
7406 Franklin Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 876-5528
su.ie1508311566muhs@1508311566doowy1508311566lloh1508311566
(3 blocks west of La Brea Ave., 1 block north of Hollywood Blvd.)

A note about parking: If the driveway is full, please avoid streets with restricted parking signs.

Parking spots are listed from closest to farthest from the Hollywood Center:
Franklin Ave: This is the closest parking, but also the most difficult to find a space. Beware of ‘permit only’ and ‘2-hour’ limited parking.
Camino Palermo St: Park on either side of the street, then walk uphill to Franklin Ave., then one block west.
Hollywood Blvd: Park near Vista Avenue on either side of the street, then walk one long block north and uphill to get to Franklin Ave.
Sierra Bonita Ave: Park on the west side of the street, then walk uphill to Franklin Ave., then three blocks east.
Curson Ave: One block west of Sierra Bonita. Franklin Ave. does not continue that far west, so you need to access Curson Ave. from Hollywood Blvd. Drive far up the hill and park near the entrance to the little park. Then walk through the park (short distance) to Franklin Ave.

No parking on Vista or Gardner Avenues. Some of Franklin Avenue is by permit only, or has a 2-hour limit. Beware, some signs are confusing.

Please give yourself of time to search for and find street parking.