When March 09 March 09, 2024 at 9:00am 2 days
Where Leimert Park
Contact Charles Miller [email protected] 310.806.1635


Join the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance and our coalition of partners for a one-of-a-kind, hands-on event. We will be transforming a water-hungry, monoculture grass lawn on a multifamily property into a biodiverse habitat zone that captures rainwater, reintroduces threatened native plants to the neighborhood, and supports pollinators and the web of life in our local ecosystem over the course of two days.

We have roles for all kinds of volunteers, from those interested in digging in the dirt and planting plants to those who prefer to chat with the public about the importance of this project. Volunteers will have an opportunity to learn about reconditioning compacted soil, creating eco-friendly weed barriers, determining soil type, mulching, planting techniques and establishment care for California native plants, water capture design options, and much more. Sign up now. Invite your friends (12 years of age and up). Let’s do this!

Also, this is a great way to earn your community service hours!

Six separate time slots are available, three on Saturday and three on Sunday.

The Leimert Park K line station is a 15-minute walk away. And if you want to carpool, we can try to hook you up!

RSVP here.

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