LA2050 and Heal the Bay are hosting a Twitter party on May 19th at 1pm to celebrate the launch of Heal the Bay's new Know the Flow water literacy campaign and we're inviting you and your colleagues to join the conversation!
"White Wash" by filmmaker Ted Woods explores the complexity of race in America through the eyes of the ocean, tracing the history of African Americans and water culture from slavery, to civil rights wade-ins, to surfing in contemporary times. Also explored is the history of "black consciousness" as it evolves in the minds of black surfers, as they experience the power of transcending race as a constructive experience.
Canine-loving Heal the Bay members unite! Let's celebrate the holidays, Los Angeles living, and our four-legged companions with fun in the sun!
The 1st five Heal the Bay members to arrive will receive a free Heal the Bay trucker hat. Wear your Heal the Bay t-shirt and receive a free gift card for $7 of free eats at Rubios! (Don't have any HTB gear? Give us a call (310) 451-1500 or email email@example.com and you can buy one in advance.)
For over 25 years Speaker's Bureau has been an integral part of Heal the Bay's mission. Speaker Bureau volunteers spread educational awareness to schools, organizations and businesses about the causes and consequences of ocean pollution. Just last year we were able to reach out to over 40,000 L.A. County residents!
Training Session Dates: Tuesdays, March 10th, 17th and 24th 1:00pm - 4:30pm at L.A. River Center; Saturday, March 21st 9:30am-12:00pm at Dockweiler State Beach.Attendance at all sessions is mandatory as we cover a lot of important information. Make the committment to protect what you love! Come learn how to make a difference for your community at our fun and informative training sessions. No matter where you live, you can make an impact on our beaches, ocean and local neighborhoods and meet some great people!
Support California Greenworks' ongoing effort to beautify urban neighborhoods and reduce urban blight. Join them at their annual cleanup and tree planting event on June 21 on Hyde Park Blvd. This project is a collaboration with Council District 8, the Los Angeles Conservation Corps and Southern California Gas Company and many other community organization working toward creating a clean, safe environment.
For more information visit http://californiagreenworks.org/projects/hyde-park-blvd-beautification-p...
Your input is needed as LADWP develops its Stormwater Capture Master Plan (SCMP) to identify opportunities for stormwater capture, increase Los Angeles’ local water supply and reduce the dependence on imported water. Public participation is critical to the success of the master planning process.