Projects tagged with "ENVIRONMENT"

Become a Land Caretaker with PVPLC

Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy is committed to preserving undeveloped land for the education and enjoyment of everyone. During these uncertain times, the adopt-a-plot program allows volunteers to complete or contribute to habitat restoration projects independently and on your own schedule under their guidance. Each location offers a different experience. Volunteers can consider the options and select the one that meets your interests. They are asking volunteers commit to this program for at least one year to ensure that new plants survive the arid, dry conditions. You only need to help at a minimum of 1x per month but, biweekly and weekly stewardship visits are encouraged. To schedule your initial site visit, please email Megan Wolff at or give her a call at 310-541-7613 x 208.
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Be a Part of a Local Garden Building Team with the Long Beach Community Table

Are you a master gardener or just love to dig in the dirt? Come help the Long Beach Community Table reach their goal of building at least one new urban garden per month at various locations around Long Beach! You can also volunteer to help garden hosts do their weekly harvesting to supply their weekend recipients with fresh, organically grown local produce.

Join Long Beach Community Table’s Food Delivery Team!

If you have a reliable vehicle and regular free time one day during the week Mon.??Fri., then inquire about the Long Beach Community Table's Pickup Team! You'll collect bulk food donations at the same time and place(s) each week and transport them to various locations in Long Beach, such as senior residences, veteran communities, school campuses, sober living homes, churches, etc.?? 18+ only.

Celebrate the Season by Protecting the Planet with Bolsa Chica Conservancy

Want to help the community and your local environment, and have fun doing it? While the Bolsa Chica Conservancy is steadily resuming their volunteer programs, they will be doing so with a few changes: Event capacity has been reduced to 15 participants to facilitate proper social distancing, All volunteers must wear a protective face mask, Volunteers are encouraged to bring and use their own gloves, These guidelines are subject to change as the COVID-19 situation continues to develop. They thank you for your patience and participation as they slowly reintroduce their volunteer programs. At this event, participants have the opportunity to help restore and maintain the Bolsa Chica Wetlands! Participants will help this local treasure with invasive plant removal, debris disposal, and/or native plant installation. Please come in closed-toe shoes, as you will be working in off-road terrain! Come prepared with sun protection with a water bottle, sun glasses, sun screen, and/or a hat! They recommend arriving 10 - 15 minutes early to secure parking. To that end, they also encourage carpooling whenever possible! There is no strict minimum age requirement to attend this event, but we ask that any children under 13 years of age be accompanied by a parent and/or guardian. There will be adult supervision during this event. If you have any questions, please contact them via phone at (714) 846 - 1114 or via e-mail at Please click here to sign up:
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