Spanish Missions and the First Agriculture
In 1771, the Spanish Missionaries became the first to plant crops in the Los Angeles basin, transforming the landscape into farmland. Using a native workforce, they built open irrigation ditches from the river known as the zanjas.
The workshop for this scent will take place in late May 2019.
Alameda Heart Notes
An investigation of place through history, memory, and scent.
A SALT project
in collaboration with new friends and neighbors.
In partnership with:
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