*Volunteers must be at least 12 years old or accompanied by an adult. PLEASE NOTE that anyone under the age of 18 must have a liability waiver signed by their parent or guardian in order to participate in these events. Both the English and Spanish waiver can be obtained in advance from www.healthebay.org/waivers.
The Good Food LA: Festival is the culmination of a citywide event on March 31, spanning more than 40 sites and a myriad of workshops and projects all focused on building a more healthy, fair and sustainable food system.
Now is the time for stronger protections, not weaker ones.
When it rains in L.A. County, millions of gallons of water flow over paved surfaces like rooftops, sidewalks, parking lots, and streets. This "urban runoff" picks up animal waste, metals, oil, toxic materials, bacteria, and pathogens, carrying them to our storm drain system to be dumped into our local rivers and beaches, usually with little or no treatment.
The Beverly Hills Wine Festival 2012 is a celebrated national wine festival and the only wine festival of its size that donates all of its proceeds to charitable causes. The Third Annual Beverly Hills Wine Festival features many of the top wines and spirits from around the globe.
LA Weekly presents the 4th annual Gold Standard Food and Wine Event on March 4, 2012. Featuring a selection of LA's best and most eclectic restaurants hand-picked by Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold.
Come to Public Water Works! screening of the documentary film FLOW, Irena Salina's award-winning documentary investigation into what experts label the most important political and environmental issue of the 21st Century - The World Water Crisis.
Here in L.A. we know that access to clean, safe drinking water is essential for life. But over the last 35 years, funding and support for our tap water has dried-up, which threatens our access to clean water. Although we already have a public system that brings water to our homes, we are letting that system fall apart.
Take the pledge to make every day a day without a single-use plastic bag.
A Day Without a Bag is an education and grassroots event coordinated by Heal the Bay that involves community groups, businesses and individuals throughout the state of California. On this day we ask holiday shoppers and retailers to forgo single-use, plastic shopping bags in favor of reusable bags.
Join the Green Living Project for their 3rd annual film premiere of a collection of global and domestic sustainability short films.
Experience their expedition team’s journey and witness the latest efforts in sustainable tourism, adventure travel, wildlife conservation, community education, sustainable food and more. Learn about exciting travel destinations and discover ways you can get involved. Featured films include shorts from Belize, Guatemala and the U.S.