On Saturday, The DBP joined TreePeople for a restoration project in the Santa Monica Mountains. The aim of the project is to restore damaged forests and ecosystems which are especially important to prevent fire danger, as well as to help the land heal.
An LA non profit organization, TreePeople has been growing a greener, shadier, and more water-secure city. By uniting communities and people, TreePeople achieve their mission by caring for trees, harvesting the rain, and renewing depleted landscapes. Over its history, TreePeople have had 2 million volunteers plant and care for more than 2 million trees.
Almost every weekend, TreePeople host a restoration project in the Santa Monica Mountains. Beginning at 8:30pm until approximately 12pm, volunteers plant native plants and acorns, water existing plants, harvest seeds, and help remove non-native vegetation. The DBP was thrilled to join the cause last Saturday. Here’s a glimpse at the morning’s events.
If you would like to know more about TreePeople and volunteer or donate to their cause, please visit www.treepeople.org.
Thanks again TreePeople! 🙂