Volunteer Enviornmental Rights
*SPRUCE IT UP: Garden for Environmental Education
L.A. Works volunteers come out to help care for and maintain the Daniel Webster School Garden, which serves to educate students about the environment and environmental inequity, as well as to provide a resource that enriches the community. Volunteers work to create new gardening plots, remove weeds and brush, and add new plants. Click Here to Volunteer
Volunteer Trail Watch Program
Like to hike, ride your bike or horse? Want to help protect the Preserve, its habitat and wildlife? Become a Trail Watch Volunteer and make a difference on the trails! Click Here to Volunteer
Outdoor Volunteer Days
Join us for our "Outdoor Volunteer Day"! Open to all, no experience needed! Your work will help improve the land for people and wildlife alike! Click Here to Volunteer
Rapid Response Team
Fridays or Saturdays, 9am -12pm - Work along side Conservancy staff to protect important wildlife habitat by closing unauthorized trails! Difficulty level: Moderate - Difficult. Click Here to Volunteer
Emerald Necklace Stewardship Events
Emerald Necklace Stewardship Events to plant and restore native habitat. Click Here to Volunteer. Click Here to Volunteer
*SPRUCE IT UP: Revitalize TreePeople Park
L.A. Works volunteers come out to help maintain TreePeople Park, a 45-acre area that thousands of Los Angeles-area students visit every year to take part in environmental educational programs. Volunteers help maintain trails, remove invasive plants, re-grade slopes and tend the nursery. Click Here to Volunteer
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Educate and Advocate
The Sierra Club has the facts. The Sierra Club Angeles Chapter is engaged in over 30 campaigns to make Los Angeles and Orange Counties more livable. Volunteer activists promote livability in their communities by organizing around everything from land preservation and public transportation to air quality and sustainable consumption.