Tag: Scott

Phone Check-In With Our Farmer

By Scott Chan Not sure if you know this but every Monday, Kyle on staff hops on the phone to talk with our friend and farmer Youa to figure out how we can work together to expand our… Read More

Join the APIOPA Hiking Crew

By Scott Chan This past Sunday APIOPA took a hike up at Griffith Park to learn more about the Griffith Park South Water Recycling Project, which is a fancy/long way of saying there is money being invested to… Read More

APIOPA Meets with KPCC’s Take Two

By Scott Chan Thanks to our friend Quincy Surasmith, we received an invitation to talk with producers/reporters/staff with KPCC’s Take Two. The meeting was an invitation to many API-serving organizations across LA County to come and chat with… Read More

CSA Retreat aka Spaghetti with Bok Choy

By Scott Chan Earlier this month APIOPA brought together the site leaders from all our different CSA pickup locations to discuss what we can do to improve our CSA for the upcoming Spring 2016 season. We at APIOPA… Read More

Gabrielino Trail Hike! Click for Pics

By Scott Chan This past weekend we hiked along the Gabrielino Trail. If you’re looking for a flat trail that shows you a wealth of nature (AND is close by), I would highly suggest you scope this out…. Read More

Special Delivery in the APIOPA Sedan (aka Scott’s Corolla)

By Scott Chan APIOPA has been fortunate to find some funds to help us deliver MORE produce and conduct MORE cooking workshops in 2016. We made a big haul of much-needed supplies, including bins, bowls, pots, stoves, carts and… Read More

APIOPA Hosts a Pickling Workshop

By Scott Chan APIOPA organized its first pickling workshop this past Sunday, November 8th at Farm Organic Cuisine in Monterey Park. We heard from our Roots CSA subscribers this past year that we needed to help them figure… Read More

Hike Eaton Canyon With APIOPA This November!

Last month we had a great turnout for our hike to Dante’s Peak. Check out pictures here: http://on.fb.me/1QqkMDG. This next month, we’ll be checking out Eaton Canyon to see if we can find that elusive waterfall given California’s drought…. Read More

Bike Train to FandangObon!

If anyone is interested APIOPA is helping to lead a bike ride to the FandangObon/Mottainai “ECO” Fest in Little Tokyo this Sunday. It’ll be a very short 2 mile ride from Hollenbeck Park in Boyle Heights to the Japanese… Read More

Wok the Wok With APIOPA By Becoming a Sustainer!

The carbon steel woks are in! Anyone who becomes a Roots level sustainer of APIOPA gets not only a legit wok from SF Chinatown, but also a one-on-one wok maintenance class with Scott! Thanks to our very first… Read More