To improve our parks for future generations to enjoy and engage volunteers in their effort, TreePeople guides hundreds of volunteers to remove invasive species and strategically plant native trees and plants at Malibu Creek State Park and Topanga State Park.

"Twelve months a year, TreePeople brings concerned volunteers out to California State Parks to restore biological function to the land. Not only do we bring people, but we bring tools, trucks, safety gear to get the job done. Together we expand riparian canopy, replenish oak groves, grasslands, chaparral, and coastal sage scrub for generations to come." 
— Cody Chappel, TreePeople Wildlands Restoration Manager

California State Parks Foundation

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