Department of Agriculture has awarded a grant to the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust (LANLT) to expand educational resources and programs related to community gardening and urban farming.
What does LANLT stand for?
LANLT stands for Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust
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Overseen by the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust, neighbors designed the park themselves, and will also manage its basic operations, like cleanup and locking and unlocking the gate.
The report, "Transforming Neighborhoods, Changing Lives," published by the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust (LANLT), reports that low-income areas, areas of concentrated poverty, and communities of color have far less access to park space in Los Angeles than do dominant white communities, particularly when it comes to children.
She is active in a number of community and professional organizations, and serves on the boards of the Weingart YMCA and the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust.