A tree is always the right size, never goes out of style, doesn’t need wrapping, spares shoppers a trip to the mall and reduces climate change. According to the International Society of Arboriculture, a single mature tree can absorb the amount of carbon produced by a car driven 26,000 miles.
What better way to celebrate the season than with a gift that will heal and revitalize L.A.’s parks and mountain forests? For each tax-deductible donation of $25 to TreePeople, you can have a tree dedicated to honor friends, family, co-workers, clients, and anyone on holiday gift lists.… Read more >>
Dogs love trees, and if you love dogs, you’ll love this news! Beginning today, November 1, 2013, every time you purchase a ten-pound box of The Honest Kitchen’s dog food at Healthy Spot locations in the greater Los Angeles area, you will directly support TreePeople’s work in greening our city.
We are excited to announce that The Honest Kitchen, a producer of healthy all-natural pet food products, and Healthy Spot, a pioneering independent pet supplies and services boutique, are beginning a one-year partnership with TreePeople to plant trees and support important environmental initiatives in Los Angeles’s urban areas.… Read more >>
In 1973, TreePeople was born from a teenager’s dream. From the beginning, Andy Lipkis’ vision was to connect the power of trees with the power of people to heal Los Angeles’ damaged ecosystem. From successfully inspiring the planting of a million trees in Los Angeles in time for the 1984 summer Olympics, to planting seven miles of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in a single day, to becoming a globally recognized leader in urban watershed management, TreePeople has made a major impact on the urban sustainability movement.… Read more >>
Whatever you’re doing on Saturday, October 5, cancel it, call-in sick, quickly clone yourself, something. Just do whatever you need to do to get to TreePeople’s FREE Community Sustainability Workshop. Why the rush? Well, believe it or not, soon it will rain in Los Angeles, and now is the time to get ready.
Native plant nurseries are gearing up for their fall sales, and fall is the best time to do a bit of landscaping here in Southern California. Too, Metropolitan Water District recently okay’d an incentive plan for rain barrels and rain gardens. That means that all over LA, you can get money back for simply using water that falls from the sky for free.… Read more >>
At TreePeople, we’re passionate about environmental justice. The vision of a greener and healthier Los Angeles created and enjoyed by everyone in our city is what spurs us on. So we’re delighted to be media partners with Liberty Hill, L.A.’s social justice foundation, for their September 8 event Change L.A., a party with a purpose.
This will be a lively gathering of more than 200 progressive donor-activists who share a commitment to environmental and social justice. Change L.A. will be celebrating two inspiring Angelenos: Shawn Landres of Jumpstart, an entrepreneur at the intersection of innovation and social good; and Tammy Bang Luu of Labor Community Strategy Center, a dynamic community organizer who also has been co-host of radio show “Voices from the Frontlines.”
The event takes place on Sunday, September 8 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm at Busby’s East on L.A.’s Miracle Mile. Tickets are $100 at www.libertyhill.org/changela.… Read more >>