Los Angeles Eco-Village, Central, 13th Council District
The Los Angeles Ecovillage neighborhood consists of the two blocks of Bimini and White House Place in the north end of the Wilshire Center/Koreatown area of Los Angeles, about three miles west of downtown LA. Los Angeles Eco-Village envisions changing the way we live in cities by integrating the social, economic and ecological systems of their two block neighborhood with the aim of demonstrating higher quality living patterns at a lower environmental impact. The site includes greywater systems, solar energy and water systems, and energy and water conservation practices— in a neighborhood that was once home to Los Angeles' own geothermal marsh, mineral hot springs, and the Bimini Water Company, which sold bottled water to Angelenos in the early 20th Century before the City's water main was installed.
This event has a suggested donation and reservations are required. Visit the organization's website for more information.
Los Angeles Eco-Village and CRSP, Bimini Place, Los Angeles, CA, United States