Sheltering at home while we protect ourselves and our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging for all of us. Because access to nature is part of our mission, we understand that the inability to spend time in parks and open, green spaces is difficult, especially for families with children. To help, here are some…
We're proud to report that we're having virtual classes for our Leadership Academy program and we'll also be launching virtual community webinars soon for classes on public lands advocacy, local parks, and water/green infrastructure. More to report soon!
Let's inspire one another! Join us for the #LANatureAtHome challenge: Share nature photos with us so we can share with our greater community of how you are enjoying nature at home, or close to home (while at a safe distance from others!).
Message from Our Executive Director, Belinda Faustinos, on the COVID-19 Crisis.
Interview with Nature for All board member Vanessa Aramayo
Interview with Nature for All board member Casey Schreiner.
The health and safety of our community is a priority for us and we do not want to contribute in any way to the spread of COVID-19 to vulnerable populations in LA County. We hope you are safe and that our collective actions will help limit exposure to COVID-19 and protect our communities. Below, trusted guidelines…