By Belén Bernal, Nature for All Executive Director We were happy to attend a public listening session hosted by the US Department of Agriculture and US Forest Service this month with tribal leaders, elected officials, community leaders, and other organizations. Our local community voiced their support to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and … Continue reading Marking Native American History Month and Giving Thanks
Join this free workshop and build community with outdoor enthusiasts in South Gate! All levels of experience are welcomed! Have you ever wanted to visit a National Park but didn't know where to start? We've got you covered. In this workshop, Nature for All will walk you through the basics of camping from finding a … Continue reading Intro to Camping
Morgan's project focused on empowering BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ youth to explore the outdoors and connect with nature. On June 24, 2023 Morgan led their Leadership Academy capstone project at the Hilda Solis River Outlook in Azusa, California. Their main focus for this project was to create a safe space for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ high school … Continue reading Cohort 20 Leadership Academy Project: Empowered Teens Exploring Nature
For Hispanic Heritage Month: hear remarks from LA Supervisor Hilda L. Solis; find books and information on events from the Los Angeles County Public Library; and get the Latino Heritage Month Calendar and Cultural Guide from the City of Los Angeles.
Have you thought of visiting a National Park but didn't know where to start? Not sure how to set up a tent? Are you worried about encountering bears and other wild animals? Join us for a workshop facilitated in Spanish on Saturday, October 7 at 10 am to find out the basics of camping and … Continue reading Introducción a Acampar