We are proud of our participation in the “Our Heritage, Our Planet” film festival from Hispanic Access in October 2022. Team member Anakaren Andrade created a short film, “Connecting the Gap: Los Angeles Nature for All,” about the introduction of the Mt. Wilson Express transit route and the importance for Angelenos to have access to … Continue reading Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Festival
Panorama City Community Volunteering Day is Saturday, July 16 at 9 am. Help us beautify the communities of Panorama City and North Hills at Marson Street Park (15262 Marson St., Panorama City); raffles and prizes and a light breakfast will be provided for participants.
Latino Conservation Week Wrap-Up: Staff and coalition members participated in Latino Outdoors-hosted online conversation during Latino Conservation Week to discuss making connections with nature and our collective work to improve access for others in communities. Watch the video replay. https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=346846267003185&ref=watch_permalink
Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation, that Nature for All has been participating in for at least 4 years! Each year, we take some time to gather and celebrate all the work done by Latinxs in the conservation movement! As our partners at Latino Outdoors says, … Continue reading Nature for All invites You to Celebrate Latino Conservation Week With Us!
The Sierra Club Forest Committee is presenting a virtual event that presents the story of our new vision of our magnificent backyard mountain range, the San Gabriels. The keynote speaker will be Belinda Faustinos, our recently retired Executive Director, who will talk about plans to protect more wilderness, complete the National Monument started by President Obama in … Continue reading Virtual Event: Celebrating a New Vision for the San Gabriel Mountains