Wow, what a year! Our work continues to focus on leadership development (let's hear it for our 26 Leadership Academy graduates!); advocacy (we had 174 meetings with elected officials); and community engagement to grown and engage with our base (9,207 + petitions collected; 816 supporters actively engaged in the San Gabriel Mountains Forever/Nature for All … Continue reading 2019 By the Numbers: Nature for All Accomplishments
Making resolutions or setting intentions for the new year? You can make a lot of positive changes in your life by simply spending more time in nature. Time in nature has been linked to improving physical and mental health. By spending time in parks, on beaches, or on hiking and biking trails, you're taking steps … Continue reading 2020 New Year’s Resolution: Spend More Time in Nature
https://www.instagram.com/p/BZ9l3jKHAv- Nature For All coalition members celebrate the third anniversary of the San Gabriel Mountains National monument at Eaton Canyon with Cortada Elementary students, our Leadership Academy, volunteers, friends and supporters.
Students from Cortada Elementary School who joined us for the event to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument were eager to share their love of parks with us. The students came to Eaton Canyon Park as part of the Every Kid in a Park initiative and were led on a hike before the event began. While … Continue reading Hear it From the Kids: We Love Parks!
What excites us the most about the projects proposed in Measure M? At two recent meetings, we asked colleagues in our SGMF coalition and the SGMF Leadership Academy. Here's what we had to say: Funding for biking, walking, and public transit Public transit to public lands Biking on protected bike lanes Green infrastructure for healthier communities and … Continue reading The Promise of Measure M: What Excites Us Most