Looking for the perfect place for your “Happily Ever After”? TreePeople’s beautiful Coldwater Canyon Park has you covered offering stunning views and intimate settings to tie the knot.
“We really wanted our ceremony to be outdoors and somewhere that felt a little private. We chose TreePeople in Los Angeles for it’s easy access, amazing views and secluded pathways,” said a recent happy Bride.
And you have options! Here are some of the unique spaces you could use for your special day:
TreePeople Conference Center: A perfect space to celebrate with your loved ones after you say your “I do’s.” What makes it even more special—it’s a Platinum-rated LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) building—celebrate sustainably!… Read more >>
The 13th season of TreePeople’s beloved “Once Upon a Canyon Night” summer series premiered last week with happy park goers ready for a night of fun under the stars.
The debut evening opened with a collection of talented, hilarious and profound female poets who made us laugh, cry and feel everything in between. The women joined us from our friends at the Actors Conservatory Ensemble to gift the audience a beautiful, memorable night.
Statewide Campaign Launched to “Save Our Water and Our Trees” in Drought
TreePeople and other NGOs in partnership with SaveOurWater.org raise awareness to save urban canopy
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. – A consortium of urban forest and other concerned urban groups across California are releasing a simple yet urgent message: Save Our Water and Our Trees. The campaign raises awareness for the potentially millions of urban trees at risk in our state, and focuses on the importance of keeping them alive in the drought.… Read more >>
Do you remember the last time you stopped to really look at a tree? They’re central to our existence, and yet we often take them for granted. We pass trees daily, without stopping to consider their many benefits—from cooling our cities and streets, to conserving water, and beyond.
In June, our Founder and President, Andy Lipkis, was invited to speak at TEDx UCLA to share how trees are the real superheroes we’ve been looking for to create a water and climate-resilient Los Angeles.… Read more >>
Did you know more than 7,000 people volunteered with TreePeople in 2014? Without volunteer commitment, we could not dream of creating a sustainable LA. Whether caring for trees on urban streets, planting seedlings in the Angeles National Forest, or donating their time to help out in our offices at Yurt Village, volunteers are the heartbeat of this organization.
Last weekend, we were honored to set aside time to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of our volunteer community. The scope of their impact is truly remarkable.… Read more >>
El Niño may be around the corner come this fall’s rainy season, and scientists are predicting even greater storms than 1997—which flooded Southern California. After four years of severe drought, that is welcome news!
However, it’s important to ensure we’re prepared to capture the stormwater and store it responsibly. Any rainwater harvesting system starts with rain gutters and downspouts. With summer upon us, we’re here to help you get ready for fall – and what may fall from the sky. This is the perfect time to tidy up and ensure that all your elements are in good shape.… Read more >>