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Garden Council Welcomes Gardeners, Home-Canners, Foodies, All Gurus of Doo Doo

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The Los Aangeles Community Garden Council hosts its 5th Annual picnic/training/workshop thing today (hey, now) at the Loma Alta Park and Community Center in Altadena.

The shindig features workshops, non-profit tables and all things garden gnome. Los Angeles Times' Emily Green speaks but there's also plenty of talk and talks about home-canning, home-canning businesses and the "Guru of Doo-Doo" (hopefully it's not a combo workshop).

For our foodies the event is themed "Farm to Fork" so you may want to work on your locovore/DIY cred and spend the afternoon with the grubby gardeners.

The event has workshops all day. For more info, visit the event's web site.

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Here's the hilarious Guru of Doo Doo rapping:

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