On December 3, we had 31 volunteers join us at Los Angeles State Historic Park. At this ribbon of green space in an urban setting, our awesome volunteers came together and planted 300 native plants such as yarrow, buckwheat, and milkweed for monarch butterflies. They also removed invasive species that disrupt and take nutrients from native plants in the area. Our state parks play an important role in the health and wellness of our communities and provide critical habitat for wildlife, which can be unique in urban spaces. Special thank you to our Volunteer Core Leaders, Kay Foster, Brian Hembacher, Michelle White, and our park staff partner, Luis Rincon!