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Meet at Gateway to Nature for light breakfast, welcome and visit the art exhibit.
130 Paseo de la Plaza, Los Angeles
* We highly encourage you to take public transportation! Gateway to Nature is across the street from Union Station. If you must drive, you can park at LA State Historic Park for free and then walk over to Gateway to Nature. *
Walk to work destination at LA State Historic Park with a guided urban forestry talk by US Forest Service.
CA State Park ranges will guide you in your days work with a variety of beautification projects.
1245 N. Spring St, Los Angeles
*All participants will receive a free pass to federal public lands (NPS, BLM, USFS…)!
In Partnership with US Forest Service, National Park Service, CA State Parks and Parks Project