Tag: Scott

If you’re API, does LA County care what you think of park access?

By Scott Chan As I have shared, I sit on the steering committee for the LA County Parks Needs Assessment. Yes, this group comprised of 30+ leaders from all parts of the County (hand-selected by the Board of… Read More

Caption Contest!

Our friends from Pacoima Beautiful recently shared this candid photo that was taken of Scott and Kyle and we thought it would be fun to do a caption contest! The caption with the most number of likes will… Read More

Last Week to Sign Up for CSA!!

By Scott Chan Our Roots CSA summer season starts this weekend! What does this mean? It means our farmers are growing some of the yummiest veggies of the season, including long beans, green beans, sweet peppers, fava beans,… Read More

Hike to Chantry Flats

By Scott Chan “Places like Chantry Flats way up here in the San Gabriel Mountains…they’re not accessible to kids in my neighborhood.” Last week, Kyle and I led a workshop/hike with high school and college students on what it means to… Read More

Figuring out what to do with that CSA daikon…

By Scott Chan It’s CSA pick-up day. You open the bag and find your favorite veggie friend who ends up withering in the fridge half the time because you’re not sure what to do with it. Daikon. Besides… Read More

APIOPA Cycles for Change

By Scott Chan With the help of over 40 people, we came up with 10,018 miles of our 10,000 goal. With the help of nearly 100 people, we fundraised an amazing $9,241 of our $10,000 goal. That is a lot of money raised in just… Read More

Park It Right There

By Scott Chan Scott attended his second Countywide Comprehensive Park Needs Assessment meeting last week as an official steering committee member. As one of the two Asian Americans present, he shared the need to not just look at… Read More

Bike Tour of Claremont Colleges!

By Scott Chan To start off our Cycle for Change month, APIOPA took our bikes to the Claremont Colleges.  In partnership with Pitzer students from the Center for Asian Pacific American Students (CAPAS), APIOPA did a bike tour… Read More

Kellogg Foundation Conference on Creating Food Hubs: Day 3

The final day of the Kellogg conference on food hubs concluded with a tour of Portland. Yes, Portland, Kentucky. It is a neighborhood northwest of Louisville. There was a lot of interesting things to see, including a small,… Read More

Kellogg Foundation Conference on Creating Food Hubs: Day 2

This week, Scott is out in Kentucky for the Kellogg Foundation Conference on Creating Food Hubs. He will be sharing tidbits he learns from each of the 3 days of this conference. Today was jam-packed with workshops on… Read More