Pasadena weekend: What to do July 25-27

Lots to do: Share and swap your backyard bounty, learn about sustainable fruit and vegetable gardens, and about GMOs.

Share Faire in the Park, hosted by RIPE Altadena. On Sunday afternoon, bring your backyard bounty to Farnsworth Park. Share your fruits, vegetables, seeds, backyard eggs and homemade preserves with others and take home something new.

Gardening 1. Self-tour The Huntington's Ranch, an urban agriculture site, on Saturday morning to pick up some inspiration for growing your own fruits and vegetables sustainably.

Gardening 2Transition Pasadena's Throop Learning Garden meets on Sunday.

Walking 1Arboretum walking tour. On Friday morning the Los Angeles County Arboretum is holding a docent-led adult walking tour. Be prepared to be on your feet for a while. Reservations are not required.

Walking 2. On Saturday morning, the Eaton Canyon Nature Center hosts a family nature walk. Bring your small children, walking shoes, sunscreen, water and a hat.

"Food For Thought." On Saturday morning, the Arroyo Food Co-op's speaker series, "Food for Thought," will feature a presentation on GMO labeling. The speaker, Jim Montgomery, is a Co-op member and an anti-GMO activist. Also, the Food Co-op's pre-order program is up and running. If you order online by Sunday midnight you can pick up your items at the store on the following Tuesday or Saturday.

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