There are many ways to get involved with the Arroyo Seco Foundation.
Volunteers are contributing in a big way to restoring the beauty and splendor of the Arroyo Seco, and you can make a difference too. Volunteers participate in a variety of activities, such as by removing trash and weeds, monitoring water quality, clearing trails, and rediscovering Arroyo treasures. If you would like to help in the Arroyo or find out more about volunteer opportunities, sign up here. If you are part of a group or organization, you can get them involved too. Let us know how you or your organization would like to help.
The Arroyo Seco Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that depends on public support to cover our expenses. If you would like to make a donation, please visit our contributions page.
Becoming a member of the Arroyo Seco Foundation is a great way to support our efforts to preserve and enhance the Arroyo Seco while keeping up to date with the Arroyo community.
The Stream Team is ASF's volunteer corps. Stream Team members participate in all kinds of volunteer activies, so we're sure you will find participation fun and fulfilling.
We encourage beginners to get involved, and we also need more experienced volunteers who can take on a leadership role. Some of these activities include representating ASF at community events, leading tours and educational programs, and monitoring water quality. The Stream Team is great for students or anyone looking to get a more in-depth understanding of watershed management and the environment.
The Stream Team holds meetings where volunteers can learn more about upcoming projects, watershed management, and share their ideas for the Arroyo. Everyone is welcome to attend these meetings.
We need your help at the new Hahamongna nursery! We propagate native trees and plants, pot up seedlings, and there's always more weeding to tackle. Then we head out into the Arroyo Seco Canyon to use the plants in a stream restoration program.
Native plants -- like oaks, willows, laurel sumac, buckwheat and scores of other species -- are vital to the Arroyo stream and to our local environment. They provide the habitat and conditions for wildlife and a healthy ecosystem. You will be able to learn about these plants and their importance in preserving and enhancing our communities and the environment. You'll learn the importance of stewardship and "giving back," while you watch your plants grow and thrive.
This kind of stewardship is the path to preserve the past and to ensure a future of a healthy land, water and air for current and future generations. And it's a lot of fun and very rewarding. Come share in this great program.
The Arroyo Seco Foundation puts on a variety of activities and events during the year including environmental festivals, stream-cleanups, tree-planting activities, bike rides and educational programs. We are looking for detail-oriented individual who is skilled at preparing fun and meaningful events.
We will work with the event coordinator to plan and stage events and to evaluate success afterwards.
We expect the event coordinator to be well-organized and competent in working with vendors, participants and other volunteers. Communication skills and attention to detail will set apart the best among the candidates. Enthusiasm and passion for the job and for the environment will make you the ideal candidate.
The goal is to organize unforgettable events that will ensure the entertainment of participants and facilitate the completion of our environmental objectives.
Arroyo Seco Foundation, 570 W. Avenue 26 #450, Los Angeles, CA 90065-1011
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