La Loma Builds Chino Basin Water Conservation District Demonstration Garden

La Loma built the one acre demonstration garden for the Chino Basin Water Conservation District. Here are details about the project originally posted on the CBWCD's website.

The Shed Opens It's Doors to Over 200!

On Sunday July 14, 2013 La Loma Development opened its doors to the community as Pasadena’s first green industry event space, The Shed. The Shed is Pasadena’s emerging space for urban agriculture, sustainable development, planning, permaculture, land use, watershed, and foodshed.  The Open House event was a networking event for local permaculture professionals and enthusiasts. About 200 people came together to celebrate their shared passions and learn from each other.

Arroyo Seco Foundation Partnership

La Loma Development Company, a sustainable design/build company, and The Arroyo Seco Foundation, a community-based environmental advocacy and habitat rehabilitation organization, have created a partnership to grow native trees and shrubs from our immediate region of the Arroyo Seco Watershed at La Loma’s grounds. The trees grown on La Loma’s grounds will be used for tree plantings and restoration volunteer projects throughout the entire Arroyo Seco, including the Arroyo Seco Canyon Project at Hahamongna Watershed Park.

La Loma On Board at Several School Projects

What are the building blocks of sustainable landscape design for educational institutions?
Habitat. Function. Reuse. Education. Play. Community. Diversity. Inspiration.

La Loma has been involved in several school proejcts to implement these building blocks in school yards throughout southern California, including LAUSD, public, private and charter schools. 

La Loma Employees Accept Green City Award

La Loma Employees Christopher Martinez and Israel Lindsay with Vice Mayor Margaret McAustin.

La Loma Employees Christopher Martinez and Israel Lindsay accepted the City of Pasadena's 2013 Green City Award in Urban Design at the Earth Day festival. We were proud to receive the award along with ten other organizations within Pasadena. The awards were presented by Vice Mayor Margaret McAustin.