Help continue to grow the Emerson Avenue Community Garden at Orville Wright Middle School. The work will include expanding the existing school garden beds, planting trees, and breaking ground on the traditional plot style community garden.
The Emerson Avenue Community Garden at OWMS will be a space for school students and community members to grow food, gather with friends, and enjoy the great outdoors. The Garden is being installed by the community over a series of work days.
Come join the fun!
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Heal the Bay would like to invite YOU* to be a part of our HtB Crew training on January 22nd.
Geared toward High School students, this training will help you expand your leadership skills while gaining knowledge about local environmental issues. Learn how to educate others about water pollution and the ways you can help the environment.
The training will be held Saturday, January 22nd from 9AM - Noon in the new community room at Santa Monica Place mall.
LOCATION CHANGE*******Pull into the parking structure off Colorado and 4th. Drive up to the 5th level of parking structure and park. Enter the mall-you will be on the third floor of the mall. Look for the community room near the restroom hallway.
As part of our Day Without a Bag initiative the Day Without a Bag Summit will instruct municipalities and community leaders on the ins and outs of creating a bag reduction policy.
The Summit will help cities understand the essential elements in moving forward with a bag ban such as addressing legal and economic issues and choosing the right partners. We will also explore lessons learned from the County of Los Angeles and other communities as they share experiences with their bans. Also community activists can learn how to encourage their cities to take steps towards passing a model single use bag ordinance.
The Summit will also be offered via webcast in order to support our state wide partners. To participate in this webcast, you must RSVP by Tuesday December 14th at noon. RSVP / request information online or call 310.451.1500 x116.