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Edible Wild FlowerCO-OP Video:Algebra,Kids&Conflict Resolve
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Section 62.169 (b) of the Los Angeles Municipal Code
Occupants Residential Parkway Landscaping Native Plant Program (RPLNPP) in the city of Los Angeles
Considering that a curbside is an underutilized strip of land between the sidewalk and the street, the regulations were a point of contention in lower-income neighborhoods, which often lack green space and access to fresh, healthy foods. However, urban farmers have reason to cheer. The L.A. City Council has voted to allow Angelenos to plant fruits and vegetables in their parkways - that strip of city-owned land between the sidewalk and the street - without a permit. Fruit trees, however, will still require a permit. LA City Council approves curbside planting of fruits and vegetables L.A. New City Ordinance: 183474, Sec .62.169. (b): In accordance with Section 62.169 (b) of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, No permit is required by the owner of property fronting the parkway portion of the street in an area zoned for residential use in order for the owner to remove existing shrubs and plants and replace the shrubs and plants with landscaping, including edible plant materials... owners or occupants of residentially zoned properties may install shrub and ground cover plant materials within parkways fronting their properties without the need to obtain a permit, while still being held responsible for maintenance.
California Poppy On March 2, 1903 the California poppy, Eschscholzia californica, became the official state flower of California (Ca. Government Code Section 421).
Algebra Works Civil rights issues: RE: food anxiety and being free to be out side. PROBLEM: ALGEBRA BY THIRD GRADE As Bob Moses, founder of the Algebra Project does; I see as the leading cause of high school and college drop out rates. The pressure of trying to pass Algebra somehow transforms or metabolizes into Prisoner's working for free on jobs they weren't allowed to come to in the free market. SOLUTION: ALGEBRA OUR WAY TODAY: Use of the project as bridge interface to poverty and food stability and the essentials of algebraic thinking, this project bridges logical thinking, math lessons and solving and implementing real life endeavors. For example, conflict resolution and innate creativity implementations and we can think our way through the stepping-stones called tests. One objective is to inspire students who have trouble visualizing textbook examples using interactive models to demonstrate basic mathematical principles? At the same time kids problem solve using individual skills and group participation in the urban garden made available by the city of Los Angeles on residential streets as an exercise in working together for the common good. The bases for community development and cooperation is in the hearts of the children. Residential Parkway Landscaping -The garden-provides a plethora of opportunities to practice basic mathematical functions such as calculations, comparisons, and measurements using hands-on activities. In the garden, you can then translate collected data into a wide variety of charts, graphs, and reports. Unlike textbook examples that may not relate to students' experiences, math becomes both practical and relevant when students implement concepts they have learned in the classroom in a real-life garden setting. This is especially true when they see how applying math, such as calculating how many seeds to plant in a pot or determining the amount or the composition of soil to use, affects the growth of their plants and the ability to wok together for a common goal: beautiful food. Result: Baby does algebra! Baby can eat a healthy tasty fulfilling diet. Algebra is Art! Art is architecture. Architecture is a lifetime skill learned by participating in Residential Parkway Landscaping Native Plant Program (RPLNPP) in the city of Los Angeles.
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GROWN AT HOME FOR BREAKFAST LUNCH OR DINNER
CHOOSE VARIETY IN BEAUTIFUL EDIBLES
Native Plants Diversity
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Edible Wild Flowers
. FLOWERS ARE GREAT FOR
Flowers And Buds
Leaves Are A Natural
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nutritious, containing protein, carbohydrates, iron and vitamin A, as well as Beta Carotene, vitamin C and oil.
cancer, arsenic poisoning, as a diuretic, for urinary tract disorders, uterine bleeding, vaginal yeast infections and as an anti-bacterial agent
cordage to make footwear and baskets as well as medium strength rope.
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iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium, beta-carotene, sodium, dietary fibre and vitamins A, B, C and E.
erectile dysfunctions and is said to decrease stress, so is given to women too to increase their libido
of liver disorders and diabetes
diuretic -causing increased passing of urine.
anti microbial properties and is an antiscorbutic having the effect of preventing or curing scurvy. A strong dose of the oil will induce vomiting.
. Rocket Eruca Sativa
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protect against cardiovascular disease, detoxify the body, strengthening the immune system, preventing certain cancers, slows the signs of aging, stimulates circulation, prevents diabetes, and improves digestion.
with iron, as well as many other beneficial minerals, but the iron content is specifically important for circulation
in red blood cell production
reduce chances of developing anemia.
Cloudberry Rubus chamaemorus
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ITS FLOWER PETALS
anti-inflammatory and antibacterial abilities that help heal cuts and burn eat calendula, you'll gain some antioxidants
maintain vision and healthy skin
to salads, herbal butters and cheese spreads, or use the dried flowers to make tea. The leaves make good flavorings for soups and salads, according to Cornell University.
Calendula, or pot marigold
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for Asthma Inhalation of the smoke of Ajwain acts as bronchodialator and makes the breathing pattern easier
Alcohol Addiction decoction
to increase the flavour and savoury of cooking recipes. Fibre (39 gram), and Protein (16 gram). Due to its medicinal value, people like to eat after meal
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Fruits should first be frozen then cooked with
sugar. Crowberry is edible raw or cooked The berry also has a strong reputation in the north for preventing scurvy.
The berries and stems have also been used for dying cloth and leather, sprigs have been used as brooms, and it can also be used as fuel ingredient for juice and wine
.Crowberry Empetrum Nigrum
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YARROW, for healing and medicine to stop most bleeding in seconds! Even a serious head injury has been addressed with a quick firm compression of yarrow, and was resolved as a problem within 30 seconds! stopping bleeding, stopping pain, preventing infection Containing anti-inflammatory and antiseptic oils as well as astringent tannins, yarrow is very useful as a medicinal herb). When consumed hot, yarrow is a superb medication that helps in getting relief from fevers and contagions like colds, flu, coughs as well as sore throats. useful as a stimulant or tonic for the nervous system.
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used in Spain to treat and prevent scurvy a condition caused by malnutrition. They can be added to salad, frozen in ice cubes, folded into omelets, and added to cold summer soups. Be creative. How about a molded Jell-O or aspic salad with contrasting flowers nestled inside?
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Echinacea is also used against many other infections including the flu, urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast infections, genital herpes, bloodstream infections (septicemia), gum disease, tonsillitis, streptococcus infections, syphilis, typhoid, malaria, and diphtheria.Other uses not related to infection include chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), rheumatism, migraines, acid indigestion, pain, dizziness, rattlesnake bites, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ECHINACEA: Cone Flower
strong antibiotic and immune stimulating properties used for centuries to tre