Many have been fighting in the past few weeks to ensure that funding for the City's wildlife pilot study, which supports a vision of wildlife corridors in Los Angeles, is restored after Mayor Garcetti proposed eliminating the study's staff in his budget.
And in the meantime, the draft wildlife ordinance was introduced—learn more at planning.lacity.org/plans-policies/wildlife-pilot-study.
Join us to discuss what all this means, why it matters, and what neighborhood councils can do to help.
Andrew Lasken, Co-Director of Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW), and staff from the wildlife pilot study will talk with us about the vision of wildlife corridors, the importance of biodiversity and habitat connectivity, and how we can work with the City to realize this vision.
We also hope to take a vote of our representatives on whether or not the board should support Eagle Rock Forward's bus rapid transit proposal. You can learn more at eaglerockforward.org.
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