Join Los Angeles Audubon and BCR for a day of native plant restoration at this breathtaking site! Volunteers are needed to restore a section of one of the most beautiful parks in urban LA. With your help, wildlife and native plants will once again flourish on this spectacular hillside overlooking Ballona Creek. There will be learning, digging, planting, and removing weeds. We will provide gloves and tools. You need to wear sturdy closed-toed shoes, windbreaker and a hat, sunscreen recommended, reusable water bottle will be handy. Due to limited parking, we recommend car-pooling. LA Audubon will provide free parking passes for participants upon your arrival at the very top of Hetzler Road.
Minors (under 18) must have two waivers signed by a parent or legal guardian. Available at the event, download waivers here! Pre-teens shall be accompanied by adults.
RSVP asap to [email protected] to help us be prepared for you! However, we won’t turn you away if you arrive without an rsvp.
What a great way to start the new year! Thanks for your support!
From 9 am-noon, Saturday, January 23, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook State Park, 6300 Hetzler Road, Culver City, CA 90232