Rio de Los Angeles State Park
On January 21, we had 29 volunteers join us at Rio de Los Angeles State Park. Our volunteers supported this unique state park’s important riparian habitat restoration efforts by planting 100 native flora. They planted mule fat, a local native plant that provides essential habitat for species like the tenacious Least Bell’s Vireo. Urban parks like Rio de Los Angeles State Park are sanctuaries for surrounding communities and provide vital habitat for wildlife that migrates along the Los Angeles River. Special thank you to our Volunteer Core Leaders and park staff partners Kay Foster, Brian Hembacher, Michelle White, and Luis Rincon.
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