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Welcome APIFM & DO to our coalition!

We are excited to announce the addition of two members to our Nature for All coalition, API Forward Movement and Day One. API Forward Movement (APIFM) cultivates healthy, long-lasting, and vibrant Asian and Pacific Islander communities through grassroots organizing. APIFM envisions a world where Asian and Pacific Islander communities – and all communities of color – have full…

Lucky Thirteen — Nature for All Welcomes Leadership Academy Class #13

One-hundred and twenty-two people have graduated from Nature for All's Leadership Academy. A new class arrives this week -- the thirteenth class since 2011. The Leadership Academy's six-month training program helps community members develop new skills in political organizing, civic engagement and communications techniques. Led by the Wilderness Society for Nature For All, this thirteenth…

Support Leadership This #GivingTuesday

We need good leaders, now more than ever. This #GivingTuesday, we give thanks to the future leaders helping us care for our public lands and advocate for the protection and enhancement of our mountains, forests, rivers, parks, and urban open spaces. Now is the time to lead, and to take a stand. Our public lands…

Leadership Academy Graduation: Congrats, 12th Cohort!

We celebrated the graduation of our Leadership Academy's 12th cohort at LA State Historic Park! Laura Torres from member organization National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) served as our emcee, and National Park Service Ranger Kya-Marina Le was our keynote speaker. Congratulations to graduates Sofia Aleman, Alain Bourgault, Yuhki Fukusumi, Michael Gasbarro, Sally Gee, Joel Glen,…

On the Ground Work Update: Wild River Ride Bike Tour

For her Leadership Academy project, recent graduate Dorothy Wong partnered with Bike San Gabriel Valley's Women on Wheels to host an educational bike tour of the San Gabriel River in September. The Wild River Ride bike tour started at the Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area and ended at Cogswell Dam. Along the way,  she educated the…