The club Supervisor is the engineer, but all members & directors participate cooperatively. Providing a sustainable living to members as they wish is the core mission.
Providing volunteer landscape service on public & private property is the core action. Providing sustainable urban farming to club members & the local community is a necessary function. Providing a recycling & waste management program is the current primary fundraising. Providing opportunities for legal hustle & employment is the regular daily program.
The Guerrilla Gardening Club Program allows young street-wise men & women an opportunity to learn about plants, biology & community through the Learn-By-Doing process.
As a 501(c)3 Nonprofit, the Guerrilla Gardening Club provides avenues of education, employment & sustainable life practices for young adults in our local community at no cost to club-members. Housing, Food, Clothing, Materials & Education are necessary to sustain growth & hustle. The GGC Urban Farming Facilities provide the stage for legal plant sales, gardening, recycling, education & safety.
- Mentoring 80% 80%
- Education 90% 90%
- Job Training 60% 60%
- Job Placement 40% 40%
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Our Guerrilla Gardening Club Leadership
1. Name, Origin, Current Location, & web link for resume & publications. “Mr Glean”
Why do you garden? No way to be closer to nature than to enter act with plants (and animals).
What are the gardens like in your current location? All gardens are deep in the cycle of life.
What is Guerrilla Gardening? Many Things.
Who do you garden with? Anyone that will garden with me. (well almost everyone – had to ditch some Trump-ers) . Sorry for the weird.
GGC Quarto Inferiore, Italy
GGC Los Angeles
Name, Origin, Current Location, & web link for resume & publications.
Name> Taylor Newton
Origin> Sacramento, California
Current Location> Morro Bay, California
- Here are a few short videos the Morro Bay GGC is featured in:
- This article was published in 2016 by the SLO Telegram Tribune for the “SLO County Top 20 under 40 Award”:
- This article was published in November 2015 by SLO Journal:
- These articles were published in 2013 by Rotary International in the “Rotarian Magazine”:
- This article was published in 2011 by SLO Life Magazine: https://issuu.com/slolifemagazine/docs/slolifeaugsep11 (pg20)
- This article was published in 2014 by the SLO Telegram Tribune: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/article39468534.html
- This article was published in 2014 by The Bay News: https://issuu.com/bretcolhouer/docs/bn-11-06-14-web
The Guerrilla Gardening Club is a fully tax-deductible 501(c)3 NonProfit Organization, we ask for “Community Partners & Sponsors” to help our local community grow.