The Garden Conservancy will host a meeting in Bel-Air on the future of the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden, .
The garden is owned by the university and is situated within the Bel-Air community. If sold, the garden could bring in $5.7 million to the university, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Kendall Brown, an expert on Japanese gardens, will speak at the meeting and a representative from UCLA may also attend. (Westwood-Century City Patch will be at the meeting and we'll have a story for you Wednesday morning.)
For more information on the meeting, click here.