L.A.’s Barnsdall Art Park Foundation launches major olive tree planting and care initiative

Los Angeles’s Barnsdall Art Park, a hilltop city-park-slash-cultural-campus that rises above the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Vermont Avenue, is best known for its sweeping city views, arts education programming, and being home to the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in L.A: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, which has never looked better as it celebrates its 100th birthday this year.

And then there are the olive trees. The 11.5-acre park, located at the crest of a topographical landmark that was once home to an early 20th-century commercial olive orchard known as Olive Hill, now holds 333 Olea europaea and could soon be home to many more thanks to a

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