About the Leadership Academy: The Nature For All Leadership Academy (Leadership Academy) was established in 2011 to support the Nature For All coalitions’ mission of training and empowering the next generation of diverse environmental leaders who will care for and protect our public lands. The Leadership Academy is a FREE 5-month public lands advocacy training … Continue reading Leadership Academy Applications NOW OPEN for Cohort 20!
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 notion of a national monument is interesting because it reminds us that America belongs to all of us -- not just some of us. My commitment to conservation isn’t about locking away our natural treasures; it’s about working with communities to open up our glorious heritage to everybody -- young and old, black, white, … Continue reading Event: San Gabriel Mountains Monument 3rd Anniversary Celebration
Dorothy Wong is a graduate of our Leadership Academy and was recently elected to the Altadena Town Council. How did you hear about the Leadership Academy and what inspired you to apply for the program? I found out about the Leadership Academy from BikeSGV and was eager to be a part of protecting our mountains while also … Continue reading Leadership Academy Spotlight: Dorothy Wong
Below, a small sampling of the thousands of comments we have collected in support of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. (Our letter.) “The San Gabriel Mountains are a unique place ecologically, historically and culturally. Allowing them to exist unprotected in the current political climate we’re living in would be irresponsible and irreverent to all … Continue reading The Public Speaks: Why We Need the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument