Alexander Yoshiki first volunteered with LEAF in September 2008 and has since volunteered with us in a variety of ways. Our Program Manager, Kim De Lallo, interviews Alexander about his experience and his continuing interest in supporting the work that LEAF does in the community.
Beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces add beauty and interest to a property. But, how do you design a garden that’s tailored to your own unique space? By taking a Landscape Architect’s approach, of course!
Laura Tipton first participated in the LEAF Backyard Tree Planting Program in 2014 and has since planted with us three more times. Our Program Manager, Kim De Lallo, interviews Laura about her experience and her interest in planting native with LEAF.
Though a small urban yard may have limited space, it can still be offer a personal, private getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city! Consider planting a small -growing native tree and enjoy all the benefits!
Armed with notebooks and pens, volunteer Garden Stewards gathered at the LEAF Learning Garden located at Wychwood Barns Park. Looking to add some tools to their planting knowledge arsenal, they were attending a native plant gardening workshop led by Ryan Godfrey, an environmental consultant, gardener and evolutionary biologist with over a decade of plant knowledge.