Nature for All
Nature For All’s mission is to work to build a diverse base of support for ensuring that everyone in the Los Angeles area —no matter where they live—has equitable access to the wide range of benefits that nature can provide.
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4 Submitted Ideas
- CREATE ·2023 Grants Challenge
Nature For All seeks to expand our existing Leadership Development Program and form a naturalist and civic career pipeline: the Environmental Career Pathways program (ECP). The ECP will prepare students for employment in parks and conservation fields and incorporates the values of Environmental Stewardship. The ECP provides on-the-job training in naturalist and conservation career fields. Nature For All's ongoing mission is to inspire the next generation of stewards to connect to and protect our natural open spaces and public lands.
- PLAY ·2022 Grants Challenge·🎉 Winner
Nature for All's Leadership Academy is designed to improve participants’ understanding of environmental issues that affect their neighborhoods, including climate change, water resiliency, and the role of protecting public lands and natural resources in reducing exposure to pollution. The program will also prepare participants to engage in decision-making processes that affect their communities.
- PLAY ·2021 Grants Challenge
All Aboard for Nature will provide equitable and sustainable access to Los Angeles’ natural areas for targeted low-income families to our local mountains, regional parks, and beaches. We will provide a total of 10 free trips to Los Angeles’ natural areas and interpretive programming to more than 500 community members without access to a vehicle or public transportation, many of whom will visit our nearby public lands for the first time. Participants will be able to improve their physical and mental well-being by having access to nature.
- PLAY ·2020 Grants Challenge
Community base building is an essential step toward achieving equitable investment in healthy communities. Nature for All’s Leadership Development proposal will cultivate community members and leaders to be well-equipped to advocate for their community’s needs for more parks, open space, and transit options.