August 10, 2013 - 1:00pm - August 11, 2013 - 7:00pm
A Heal the Bay Benefit
The 4th annual LA Craft Beer Crawl will take place on Saturday, August 10, and Sunday, August 11. Attendees will have over 100 craft beers to sample across 7 different unique bars and restaurants all within walking distance in Downtown Los Angeles.
Come out for a day along Compton Creek! Join Heal the Bay and several other local community organizations as we celebrate Community around the Creek! Cleanup the creek with the Compton High School Recycle Club, fix and ride bikes with the Hub City Teens, Rails to Trails, and the East Side Riders, or learn how to make your garden beautiful with TreePeople and the LEAPS Action Center. Fun for the whole family, and community service hours for those who help clean!
Clean Up Green Up, L.A.’s cutting-edge policy initiative to address toxic hotspots in the communities of Boyle Heights, Pacoima and Wilmington, will have its second hearing before the Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee on April 2. Join us at City Hall for the Clean Up Green Up PLUM hearing.
What is a Twitter party? A Twitter party is a quick and engaging virtual party using the Twitter platform that typically lasts one hour. A great way for people to connect and discuss a particular topic, Twitter parties are hosted by an expert, in this case @HealTheBay, to keep the conversation on topic.
Producers of natural gas and oil are using a controversial extraction method called hydraulic fracturing (aka“FRACKING”) which forces a mixture of water and various chemicals underground under very high pressure. What does this technology mean to us here in Los Angeles? Join "Fracking: The L.A. Story" to find out.
Almost every waterway in the Los Angeles County has been found to be contaminated with toxins, trash and pollutants at levels well above public health standards and Clean Water Act regulations, and 7 of the 10 most polluted beaches in California are in LA County.
Join candidates for Los Angeles city council, controller and city attorney as they outline their positions on key issues regarding the environment, transportation, and the Los Angeles economy. The forum unites citywide and neighborhood organizations to ask candidates about their vision for Los Angeles.