I found this at the thrift, and sometimes pick up DIY and community and church cookbooks, if they are not too heavy or thick. This was for a local community garden project in Highland Park, California, that started in 2009.
Looking at the aerial maps, it’s still in operation. It’s at 111 S Ave 56 in Highland Park. It also appears like they have some space. They use raised beds, so the fertilization and dirt situation might be a little expensive, but, as usual, weed control may be simpler.
One of the founders of Milagro Allegro went on to found LA Sprouts, a research study about reducing obesity in the Latino child community.