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Upcoming Events

September 27, 2018 • 9a-12p

Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project (9/27)

Beginning its third year, the Ballona Wetlands Community Restoration Project focuses on removing invasive iceplant and other non-native vegetation that can inhibit and impede the growth of drought-tolerant, native California plants such as pickleweed, salt grass, and alkali weed.

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September 29, 2018 • 10a-1p

Stone Canyon Creek (9/29)

This Stone Canyon Creek restoration event is located on the north side of UCLA near the Anderson School of Management.

Please register here.

October 04, 2018 • 9a-12p

Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project (10/4)

Beginning its third year, the Ballona Wetlands Community Restoration Project focuses on removing invasive iceplant and other non-native vegetation that can inhibit and impede the growth of drought-tolerant, native California plants such as pickleweed, salt grass, and alkali weed.

Register Here

October 06, 2018 • 10a-1p

Stone Canyon Creek (10/6)

This Stone Canyon Creek restoration event is located on the north side of UCLA near the Anderson School of Management.

Please register here.

October 11, 2018 • 5:30 pm

Coastal Connections 4

Save The Date!

On October 11, 2018, Celebrate Coastal Connections 4 honoring Coastal Connectors California State Senator Ben Allen, L.A. Regional Water Board and SMBRC Chair member Fran Diamond Fran Diamond, the California State Coastal Conservancy, and Interns from the Coastal Research Institute & The Bay Foundation that include students from Loyola Marymount University and Marymount High School. Reserve your tickets here.

October 13, 2018 • 10a-1p

Culver City Rain Garden (10/13)

Join us at the Culver City Rain Garden (north side of Ballona Creek) for this restoration event.

Please register here.

October 20, 2018 • 10a-1:30p

Malibu Lagoon (10/20)

Please register here to attend this restoration opportunity.

October 24, 2018 • 9a-12p

Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project (10/24)

Beginning its third year, the Ballona Wetlands Community Restoration Project focuses on removing invasive iceplant and other non-native vegetation that can inhibit and impede the growth of drought-tolerant, native California plants such as pickleweed, salt grass, and alkali weed.

Register Here