December Reviews From Our Amazing Guests!

Text: You’re a Superhost   Next assessment: Apr 1, 2018 If you continue to meet requirements, you’ll keep your Superhost status after the next assessmentAnd we made superhost again, thanks to our amazing guests and the Dragonfly Team!


공민
공민

From Jeju-si, South Korea · December 2017  ·   DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lavender Suite


공민
공민

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lotus Suite


Jessica
Jessica

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


佳灵
佳灵

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lavender Suite


Takako
Takako

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Yuanh
Yuanh

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lotus Suite


Jing
Jing

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Siân
Siân

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lavender Suite


Calvin
Calvin

 The Lotus Retreat on our Urban Farm: Walk to DTLA


鑫

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Miriam
Miriam

 Rose Sage Room at DragonflyHill Urban Farm


Veronika
Veronika

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Calvin
Calvin

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lavender Suite


Shauna
Shauna

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Rachel
Rachel

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lotus Suite


Yoichi
Yoichi

DragonflyHill

Response from DragonflyHill:It was a pleasure having you here. Thanks for staying with us. Hope to see you in the future.

 The Lavender Room at DragonflyHill Urban Farm


Enara
Enara

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Patricia Lucia
Patricia Lucia

 Rose Sage Room at DragonflyHill Urban Farm


Philip
Philip
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Reiki Weekend at DragonflyHill Urban Farm

Image of Jessica Miller inside crescent moon with stars on a purple field. Three events featuring Reiki Master Jessica Miller

*Friday Night January 12, 2018:  Reiki It:

An Evening of Energy Healing

*Saturday January 13, 2018: Reiki 1 Class

*Sunday January 14, 2018: Reiki 2 Class




Reiki It: Reiki Healing Intro Night

Experience the practical and spiritual benefits of Reiki in ways you never imagined.
Find out how Reiki can help you. Experience one of best energy teacher/healers in California. Since 1992, Jessica has trained 3500+ people in Reiki, developed Reiki Explorer™ training, including “Speed Reiki Techniques™” for headaches, fears & phobias and pain reduction. Evening includes Reiki mini-sessions, healing meditation, reiki social time, and weekend class info. New to Reiki, those with health issues, and experienced Reiki people all welcome. $10 advance ticket $20 at door.

Includes Reiiki demonstrations, recent Reiki experiences & questions, Reiki Healing Attunement. No RSVP Required. $15 donation.
Space may be limited based on venue.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/323673981450193/

Reiki Levels 1&2 With Reiki Master: Jessica Miller

Turn ​on ​the ​healing ​power ​of ​your ​hands. ​Whether ​your ​goal ​is ​stress ​reduction, ​pain ​relief, ​self ​development, ​or ​a ​desire ​to ​help ​those ​around ​you ​this ​phenomenal ​weekend ​has ​everything ​you ​need ​to ​practice ​Reiki ​on ​yourself, ​friends, ​and ​family. ​ ​Our ​focus ​on ​practical ​uses ​, ​and ​innovative ​experiment ​driven ​approach ​builds ​confidence, ​give ​you ​everything ​you ​need ​to ​get ​you ​started, ​and ​deepen ​your ​understanding. ​
Class ​includes ​all ​the ​Reiki ​1&2 ​basics, ​attunements ​connecting ​you ​to ​the ​energy ​of ​Reiki ​1&2, ​instruction ​and ​practice ​in ​how ​to ​do ​sessions ​on ​yourself ​and ​others. ​ ​ ​Many ​practical ​techniques ​for ​common ​health ​issues ​are ​also ​taught, ​releasing ​headaches, ​grounding, ​charging ​objects, ​space ​clearing ​and ​more ​are ​also ​featured, ​including ​discussion ​on ​how ​to ​talk ​to ​family ​and ​friends ​about ​Reiki, ​Reiki ​on ​pets ​and ​much ​more.
Discover ​why ​Jessica ​Miller ​is ​one ​of ​the ​worlds ​best ​Reiki ​Master ​teachers! ​Her ​classes ​have ​been ​world ​famous ​for ​her ​innovations ​in ​making ​Reiki ​more ​practical ​and ​approachable, ​and ​for ​discussion ​and ​experiment ​on ​the ​deeper ​metaphysical ​framework ​that ​governs ​how ​Reiki ​works.
Classes ​are ​designed ​so ​that ​beginners ​and ​experienced ​Reiki ​Practitioners ​partner ​together ​to ​deepen ​their ​understanding ​and ​confidence ​in ​Reiki. ​Many ​students ​like ​to ​repeat ​the ​class, ​finding ​their ​experience ​deepens ​each ​time, ​and ​they ​get ​new ​insights ​and ​energy.
Class details
Class starts 9:15 am, Lunch starts at 1, class goes until sometime between 6:30-7 EACH DAY.
Snacks welcome, bring some to share. Bring a pen, and wear comfortable shoes.
The night before the Reiki class, there will be Reiki Healing Night at 7pm at the same location.
Cost: $399 for both days.
Repeating Student, Partial Class, and Referral Codes, and students taking only Reiki 1 or Reiki 2
Mention DragonflyHill Urban Farm when registering and upon arrival at first day of class.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/136233603736066/

Jessica Miller has been teaching Reiki since 1993, including 20 years for the Head shot of Jessica MillerInternational Center for Reiki Training. She is internationally known as one of the leading Reiki teachers internationally, having trained over 4000 students.

She is originally from New England, and came to California in 1998. She spent 8 years living in a modern day castle, and now lives in the picturesque coastal community of Cambria. She teaches locally, but also in San Jose, Tarzana/LA and in Indiana.

 

DISability accessibility symbol: wheelchair, cognitive/emotional DISabilities, sign language, blind support
DragonflyHill Urban Farm & Museum House
is wheelchair accessible, DISability & LGBTQIA affirmative, anti-racist, anti-sexist, decolonialist and anti-imperialist, because anything else is just a bandaid. Please let us know if you need specific accommodations. We request that people abstain from using perfumes, essential oils or other fragrances.

Yoga For All Bodies: Into the New Year

Hosted by Real Life Yogi
Select Saturdays 9:30-10:30 AM
Yogi Tej Atma (Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen)
Upcoming Class: January 6th, 20th, and 27th

Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen, Yogi, teaching yoga

-Yogi Tej Atma (Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen)

People of all ages, body types, and physical abilities are invited to attend. The fee is a suggested donation of $10-15. All proceeds will be donated to The WE Empowerment Center.

DISability accessibility symbol: wheelchair, cognitive/emotional DISabilities, sign language, blind support
DragonflyHill Urban Farm is wheelchair accessible and DISability and LGBTQIAA affirmative, anti-racist, anti-sexist, decolonialist anti-imperialist, because anything else is just a band aid.

 

Travel on us: Use our codes for huge discounts

Discounts on Airbnb, Lyft, Skurt auto rental & Go city

Lodging: Airbnb:

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Transportation:

LyftGet around the city on Lyft
Use our code: DRAGONFLY345 and receive 50$ (total) off your first 10 rides. (Approximately 5$ each ride).

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Door to Door Auto Rental: Skurt

Easy, door to door, lower prices on gas refills
SKURT (a downloadable cell phone app),  will bring your car to you at the airport (or deliver it to our house if you choose another means to get here); and by using our code DRAGFLY, offers a $30 discount for your rental.  Here’s a link to get the app: http://www.skurtapp.com/#r:163686790778096419

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Discounts on Site Seeing: Go City

This post contains affiliate links to Go City, Lyft and Skurt.  DragonflyHill Urban Farm will be compensated if you make a purchase (after clicking on our links Go City) or using our codes (Skyrt & Lyft). Your support is greatly appreciated . 

GO CITY: for big savings on many Los Angeles attractions.


GO City Card Destinations:
(Use the link provided and then select your destination!)

In Los Angeles:

Madame Tussauds Hollywood
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
Hollywood Movie Star Homes Tour
Hollywood Museum
Pacific Park – Santa Monica Pier
Six Flags Magic Mountain
Aquarium of the Pacific
Knott’s Berry Farm
Hop-On Hop-Off Los Angeles Bus Tour – Yellow Route
OUE Skyspace LA
Sony Pictures Studio Tour
Queen Mary
Whale Watch by Newport Landing
Malibu Celebrity Homes Tour
Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes™ Tour by Red Line Tours
Santa Monica Pier Aquarium
California Science Center IMAX
LA Zoo and Botanical Gardens
K1 Speed Indoor Karting
GRAMMY Museum®
La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
Natural History Museum
Dolby Theatre® Guided Tour
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
LEGOLAND® California
SeaLife Aquarium free with entry through March 10, 2017
Perry’s Beach Café and Rentals – Mountain Bike or Roller-Skates (3 hour)
Battleship IOWA Museum
Harbor Cruise or Whale Watch in San Pedro
Harbor Cruise or Whale Watch in Long Beach.
Knott’s Soak City Water Park
Huntington Library and Gardens

 

Home for the Holidays? Stop by for Breakfast!

Breakfast table, set with plates, utensils and loaded with all kinds of yummy food!Holiday time can be especially difficult for people who may not have family nearby.  No need to be alone. Come by for (nonreligious, not holiday related) breakfast, which we serve daily, not only to our airbnb guests, but to friends, community members, community leaders, family,

DragonflyHill is deeply committed to community building, connections.  We offer a slew of community services as well as our own nonprofit– The WE Empowerment Center which provides nonprofit status through financial receivership to individuals and community efforts.

Menu: veggie egg scramble (can also do a tofu scramble), pan dulce from K Bakery, or bagels from Trader Joes (We’re waiting for the return of Brooklyn Bagel), chicken or beef sausage, fruit, often from our garden, tea and coffee. Sometimes we have a few surprises, too. (We can accommodate most dietary restrictions with enough notice).

If you would like to join us, please let us know “before we crack eggs.” We serve a late breakfast– one sitting at 9:45ish. So let us know by 9 am (but preferably the night before) that you’re on your way. (Groups of 4 or more, please provide a few days notice.)

We appreciate tax deductible donations to our nonprofit, https://theweempowermentcenter.wordpress.com/donation-page/
but that’s not why we do this. We just love to meet our neighbors and to get to know people. We think eating together is a wonderful way to make that happen.

Our guiding principles for all who enter here:

https://dragonflyhill.wordpress.com/about/

And for more information about us: https://dragonflyhill.wordpress.com

We also keep a blog of what we’re doing, and issues that impact us. https://dragonflyhill.wordpress.com/day-by-day-a-blog-in-the-life-of-a-community-urban-farm-and-

DISability accessibility symbol: wheelchair, cognitive/emotional DISabilities, sign language, blind supportDragonflyHIll Urban Farm and Museum House is wheelchair accessible, DISability and LGBTQIA affirmative, anti-racist, anti-sexist, decolonialist and anti-imperialist.

November Reviews from Our Airbnb Guests


Natalie
Natalie

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Kim
Kim

 The Lotus Retreat on our Urban Farm: Walk to DTLA


Amanda & Karl
Amanda & Karl

 Rose Sage Room at DragonflyHill Urban Farm


Richard
Richard

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Mohd
Mohd

 The Lavender Room at DragonflyHill Urban Farm


Sakurako
Sakurako

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Genzo
Genzo

 The Lavender Room at DragonflyHill Urban Farm


André
André

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Hugo
Hugo
DragonflyHill

Response from DragonflyHill:We’re so sorry your experience here was not an overall possitive one. We do ask our guests to let us know if there is any problem in general, and with the wifi in particular, and we never heard from you. We automatically reboot the wifi daily, but occasionally it needs additional rebooting. That’s in our listing description. There are very few internet providers to choose from in our area and we do have to deal with these limitations. Additionally we do ask out guests upon check in to let us know if they need anything, and we repeat this request via personal message, during your stay. We never heard from you, except to let us know if you were or were not coming to breakfast. We assume you are communicating with us your concerns. If we don’t hear from you we have no way of knowing you are not satisfied. Also stated in our listing is that we do require guests to provide identification and to fill out a standard registration form, similar to those required at hotels. We are sorry that your visit here was not as comfortable as we would have hoped. We recommend in the future that you read the listing carefully and communicate with your host any problems you are having, especially if they have specifically asked you. We work very hard here to provide clean, comfortable lodging at an extremely affordable price. We want our guests to enjoy our home. It saddens us when guests are not comfortable especially if we never had a chance to address their concerns while they were here.

 The Lotus Retreat on our Urban Farm: Walk to DTLA


Olga
Olga

 Rose Sage Room at DragonflyHill Urban Farm


Shannon
Shannon

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Megan
Megan

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lotus Suite


Manny
Manny

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm: Frida Room: Walk to DTLA


Guoguo
Guoguo
DragonflyHill

Response from DragonflyHill:讓你和你的家人留在我們身邊是一種樂趣。洛杉磯是非常大的,所以沒有位置便利,所有的景點和公共交通在城市是平庸的。像Lyft這樣的服務(我們推薦的,可以為新用戶提供折扣碼)和Uber使事情變得更好。我們確實建議客人租一輛車(我們可以推荐一個低利率的特殊租賃機構),或使用lyft和公共交通來解決。

 DragonflyHill Urban Farm’s 2 Room Lavender Suite


Brittney L.
Brittney L.

 The Lotus Retreat on our Urban Farm: Walk to DTLA

Abating Fire Concerns For Guests Coming to DragonflyHill Urban Farm

Guests have been asking us in advance of their arrival about the fires in Los Angeles and if they would impact their trip. The answer is both “yes” and “no”, but mostly “no”.

Currently DragonflyHill is not in or near any of the evacuation areas and the likelihood of the seasonal wild fires impacting us directly is very, very small.  We are located in the middle of the most populated areas of the city, and the evacuation areas generally occur  where the wilderness and the city are in close proximity. Most of the areas impacted by the fire have little or no human population or structures. Los Angeles is surrounded by wilderness and the fire are part of the natural environment.

For the people living in or near the fire zones, the impact is devastating. City resources are going into emergency fire suppression, shelter, evacuation, saving pets and wildlife.  For those outside of the fire zones, there’s concern for friends, family and jobs in the way of the fires, adjustments are made for increased travel time and detours around certain areas of the city.   The fires have an impact on air quality as smoke from the fires blows into the larger L.A. Basin. The sunsets are more pronounced and the colors of the sky are more intense. If you were planning  a trip to Magic Mountain or specific hiking trails, or extending your trip up the coast, you might need to change or adjust your travel plans. The Getty Museum and the Skirball Cultural Center reports both reopened and that fire is almost totally suppressed. But life here at DragonflyHill continues on, like before. We may be in a position to take in people displaced by the fire.

If you had reserved a room in Ventura, Malibu or Topanga or along the foothills buttressing the San Gabriel and Santa Monica Mountains you would have been more at risk of having the fires impact the location of your trip, directly.

Wildfires are part of the natural environment of California, an annual event, much like snow is in other regions.  There are plants that grow in California (the great Sequoia trees for example) that require the fire for seeds to germinate. The ash from the fires provide vital nutrients for plant growth in the forests. Dry summers leave dry chapparal as fuel. Strong winds from the East (the Santa Ana winds), propel the fires onward.

Global warming and other human activity has made the whole situation much more intense, the season longer, the heat higher, the fuel greater.

Housing and other human activities extend deeper and deeper into the wilderness that surrounds Los Angeles, more and more people and structures are threatened by the fire, the costs of containment grows and the results are more dramatic and catastrophic for the human population.

Additionally, fire suppression in wilderness areas has contributed to stronger and stronger fires each year as fuel  in the form of forest debris is allowed to pile up so that when a fire does naturally occur, there is more to burn. This is why, in more recent years, fire suppression focuses much more on those areas where the fire threatens people and homes.

DragonflyHill Urban Farm is not located within fire zones. There is very small likelihood these seasonal fires would impact life in the heart of the city.

Google Maps Screen shot of the Westridge- Canyon Back Wilderness area and Bel Air with the 405 Freeway dividing the two. Lower map pin shows the location of the Getty Center, upper map pin shows the location of the Skirball Cultural Center. Bel Aire, the neighborhood to the right of the 405 freeway is a hillside community of multimillion dollar homes.

Google Maps Screen shot. Lower map pin shows the location of the Getty Center, upper map pin shows the location of the Skirball Cultural Center. Bel Air, the neighborhood to the right of the 405 freeway is a hillside community of multimillion dollar homes.

Even the Skirball Fire, which is geographically “in the heart of” the city borders, is situated within a very hilly and unpopulated area, where the 405 freeway cuts through the Westridge-Canyonback Wilderness Park.  The fire is near residential areas, some of the most expensive houses in the city, the Getty Museum so situated because of the dramatic landscape, the Skirball Cultural Center and other landmarks, but most of the area is hillsides and chapparal.

Links of Interest:

Featured image:  Smoke streams from wildfires in southern California as seen from the International Space Station by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik on Dec. 5.Randy Bresnik / NASA

Yoga For All Bodies: Last Two Classes of the Year!

Hosted by Real Life Yogi

Select Saturdays 9:30-10:30 AM
-Yogi Tej Atma (Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen)
Upcoming Class: December  9, & 16

NO CLASSES THE LAST 2 WEEKS IN DECEMBER. SEE YOU AGAIN IN JANUARY.

The theme for this Saturday is “Taking Care.” How do you take care of your body, mind, and soul? Because in order to renew and revitalize our sense of self-love, self-worth, and self-conviction, it is not enough simply to “tough it out.” We will explore a yogic way of “taking care” of ourselves in the middle of this busy, sometimes stressful, holiday season.

People of all ages, body types, and physical abilities are invited to attend. The fee is a suggested donation of $10-15. All proceeds will be donated to The WE Empowerment Center.

-Yogi Tej Atma (Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen)

DISability accessibility symbol: wheelchair, cognitive/emotional DISabilities, sign language, blind supportDragonflyHill Urban Farm is wheelchair accessible and DISability and LGBTQIAA affirmative, anti-racist, anti-sexist, decolonialist anti-imperialist, because anything else is just a band aid.

DISability Access & Airbnb: Now you see it, Now you don’t

We recently reported on new changes on the Airbnb platform in the area of DISability access. And we were very excited. But it’s been very frustrating. First Airbnb announced these changes which many hosts and guests had been requesting for some time, but they hadn’t yet implemented them, even though their announcement claimed they had.

What’s worse, having discontinued the wheelchair accessible feature in amenities hosts could include in their listing, any new listings that were accessible showed up as inaccessible.   Hosts can choose a variety of accessible features but they aren’t showing up in the listing.

How our Lavender Room Amenities read currently:
Text: Amenities Pets allowed Elevator Free parking on premises Family/kid friendly Doorman Suitable for events Smoking allowed Buzzer/wireless intercom Breakfast Wheelchair accessible Gym Kitchen Wireless Internet Hot tub Pool Cable TV Indoor fireplace Laptop friendly workspace Iron Dryer Hangers Washer Hair dryer Shampoo TV Air conditioning Essentials Heating Free parking on street Private living room Private entrance Ethernet connection Paid parking off premises Family amenities Baby bath Baby monitor Babysitter recommendations Bathtub Changing table Children’s books and toys Children’s dinnerware Crib Fireplace guards Game console High chair Outlet covers Pack ’n Play/travel crib Room-darkening shades Stair gates Table corner guards Window guards With several of the features marked not provided, including wheelchair accessible

How the host options look for DISability accessible amenities in the platform for editing that same listing:

List of amenities a host can offer, with a check box next to each one. Most of the boxes are checked. Accessibility Accuracy is key to helping guests with disabilities determine if your home meets their individual needs. Only choose the options that apply to your listing. When measuring doorways, take the measurement between the frame to the inner side of the open door. Your home Wide hallway clearance The hallways on the ground floor are at least 36 inches wide. Getting into your home Step-free access There are no steps to get into the home, and the entryway is level. Elevator There is a step-free path that leads to your elevator. The elevator door is at least 32 inches wide. Well-lit path to entrance Light can help guests move around unexpected barriers. Wide doorway The entrance doorway is at least 32 inches wide. Flat, smooth pathway to front door The pathway to the front door is at least 32 inches wide and flat, with little or no slope. Disabled parking spot There is city-approved disabled parking spot or a parking space at least 8 feet wide. Bedroom Step-free access There are no steps to get into the bedroom, and the entryway is level. Wide clearance to bed There are at least 32 inches of space between the bed and the closest wall or furniture. Wide doorway The bedroom door is at least 32 inches wide. Accessible-height bed The bed’s height ranges from 19-23 inches from the floor to the top of the mattress. Bathroom Step-free access There are no steps to get into the bathroom, and the entryway is level. Fixed grab bars for shower & toilet Accessible-height toilet The toilet seat is no higher than 17-19 inches from the floor. Roll-in shower with chair Guests can roll into shower and there’s a shower chair to transfer to. Wide doorway The bathroom door is at least 32 inches wide. Bathtub with shower chair Wide clearance to shower & toilet From the bathroom entry, the toilet and shower each have at least 32 inches of clearance to access them. Handheld shower head Common space Step-free access There are no steps to get into the common area, and its entry is level. Wide entryway The entryway to the common area is at least 32 inches wide.

Our two new listings: The Rose Sage Room and The Lavender Room, both of which comprise the two room Lavender Suite, (guests can book either of the single rooms or the two room suite– so a total of 3 listings,  but not bookable simultaneously) are listed as inaccessible while the older listing– the Lavender Suite shows up as accessible.

We waited and we checked daily for the changes to show up on the platform. We were delighted when all apparent glitches had been resolved and guests could now search for those accommodations they needed and we were listed with the accommodations we provided.

But easy come, easy go, and the older format is back again without explanation. We’ve called, we’ve messaged we’ve tweeted to no avail and no answers. When will these important and new features allow our accessible listings to show up on the platform? When will wheelchair using guests have access to all that Airbnb has to offer them?

We’d really like to know.

 

Yoga For All Bodies: December 2017

 Hosted by Real Life Yogi

Select Saturdays 9:30-10:30 AM
-Yogi Tej Atma (Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen)
Upcoming Class: December 2, 9, & 16

NO CLASSES THE LAST 2 WEEKS IN DECEMBER. SEE YOU AGAIN IN JANUARY.

Breakfast table, set with plates, utensils and loaded with all kinds of yummy food!Brunch (RSVP) to follow class

Only 33 days to go before the start of 2018!

We continue to work on renewing and fortifying our sense of self-love, self-worth and self-conviction.

Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen, Yogi, teaching yoga

-Yogi Tej Atma (Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen)

This Saturday we will do that through a series of exercises to balance our thyroid. We will top that off with a short meditation for prosperity.

“Prosperity” always throws me off…. I do not like “get-rich-quick spirituality.” I am not saying that yoga and meditation will make you rich. The prosperity I mean is “knowing it is enough.” I am enough, You are enough. The world is enough. I do not mean to promote complacency either, but we cannot build without a strong foundation.

So we declare today that we are abundant.

People of all ages, body types and physical abilities are invited to attend. The fee is a suggested donation of $10-15. All proceeds will benefit The WE Empowerment Center.

Hope to see you there!!!

-Yogi Tej Atma

 

DISability access logo: wheelchair, cognitive emotional, sign language, blind person with walking caneDragonflyHill Urban Farm is wheelchair accessible and DISability and LGBTQIAA affirmative, anti-racist, anti-sexist, decolonialist anti-imperialist, because anything else is just a band aid.