Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers
Theodore Payne Foundation inspires and educates Southern Californians about the beauty and ecological benefits of California native plants.
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- PLAY ·2019 Grants Challenge·🎉 Finalist
City of Butterflies / Cuidad de Mariposas empowers children to become environmental stewards who make their communities safer, more life sustaining, and playful by planting butterfly gardens to enjoy with their families and neighbors. Youth will develop a relationship with the natural world while learning how native California plants support butterflies and activate vacant space with color, fragrance, and life.
- LIVE ·2016 Grants Challenge
Grow Local: Plant Native! Theodore Payne Foundation, LA Housing Authority and Boys & Girls Clubs of the LA Harbor partner to reshape LA for a sustainable future, lush with native plants for all.
- CONNECT ·2015 Grants Challenge
Landscaping for Resilience brings people together to change their neighborhoods through installing and maintaining public native plant gardens. People connect over their shared desire for pubic green space and a richer and more rewarding urban environment. LFR provides environmental and social benefits, demonstrating how communities, government agencies, and non-profits can work together to enhance green space and create skill sets for positive environmental change within Los Angeles County.