It was the first week of the Spring quarter, and it was exciting to see my classmates and casually talk about what they did over the Spring Break. After going over the syllabus, I am really looking forward to this quarter’s event and site visits. Because HAP is due this quarter, each group updated professors with what they have so far including their plan and budget. As for our group, we came up with a new idea when we were discussing our previous plan with Nina. All of us like to create a pop-up garden, and this idea seems unrealistic to finish it in one quarter. It was helpful to discuss our concerns and challenges that we are facing, so both professors would shape up our idea and give us more suggestion of how to create a successful event that could create a longer impact within the community. It is highly recommended to host the event in October in order to boost up visibility. Before actually starting to plan for our actual event, we have so much to learn from people who have done a pop-up event. We should do some research on which communities are lack of green space and what we could do to encourage participation for residents. Despite the challenging that we are facing, we have six members in our group, and we can go through the obstacles together as a team. If the event turns out successful, we are planning to use as the supporting evidence to demonstrate the benefit of green space in a particular community.