Our All Aboard for Nature program aims to diversify and expand access to nature by getting underserved communities outdoors to enjoy the benefits provided by our public lands and open, green spaces.

  • 51% of Los Angeles residents do not have a public park or open space within walking distance of their home.
  • Millions of urban LA County residents are without backyards, vehicles, or nearby parks, and lack access to nature.
  • The Angeles National Forest/San Gabriel Mountains National Monument provides 70% of LA County’s open space, yet there are no public transit routes into these public lands.
  • Find out more about the need for more parks and green space and access to nature from the Los Angeles Countywide Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment.

Our Team

Araceli Hernandez

Azeneth Martinez

Bryan Matsumoto

Our Trips

Community Voices

“It was great to learn about local wildlife, practice the principles of “leave no trace” and spend time on the beach.”

“It was my first time on a hike!”

News Coverage

Madre Tierra: Interview with Nature for All’s Araceli Hernández

Telemundo: Segment with Nature for All’s Belén Bernal

Contact Us

Are you a school or group interested in finding out about our trips? Email us!

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