Category Archives: Environmental

Temescal Canyon Association Hosts Talk By Charles Hood on Zoom Monday Night

  Charles Hood, the author of Wild LA and 15 other books and field guides, will speak to members of the Temescal Canyon Association, via Zoom, from 7 to 8 p.m. on Monday, June 21. Audience participation will be invited, and residents … Continue reading

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Palisades Garden Club Will Offer Virtual Tour on June 27

The Pacific Palisades Garden Club will have a Virtual Spring Garden Tour, “June Bloom, on Sunday, June 27, at 10 a.m. on Zoom –perfect for those who enjoy “armchair” gardening. Tickets are $15. Every spring, the Club invites residents to view … Continue reading

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Ceremony Honors Carol Leacock and the Los Leones “Glamazons”

Leacock Moves to Santa Fe after Decades of Activism By SUE PASCOE and BILL BRUNS Friends gathered Friday morning at Los Leones Gateway Park to bid goodbye to Carol Leacock, a treasured environmental leader in Pacific Palisades and a former … Continue reading

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Student Task Force Hosts “Human Rights and the Climate Crisis” Town Hall

By BRENNIE DALE and JOSIAH EDWARDS Celebrating Earth Day, the Human Rights Watch Student Task Force (STF) hosted over 150 high school students, teachers, administrators and community members for a “Human Rights and the Climate Crisis” Virtual Town Hall on … Continue reading

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Don’t Take Your Bird Feeders Down Just Yet

  Yesterday, Circling the News wrote in Musings: “After hearing Julie Hansen, owner of the Santa Monica Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop, speak at a Palisades Rotary meeting, my husband and I hung two bird feeders, complete with plastic curved … Continue reading

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Never Underestimate the Power of One: Carol Leacock, Who Departs Soon for New Mexico 

One of the town’s leading environmentalists, Carol Leacock, will move to Santa Fe, New Mexico at the end of this month, with her dog Lucy, to be closer to her daughter. Leacock, a long-time resident who lives on Bienveneda, is … Continue reading

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Children and Adults Can Take Sewing Lessons at LaLonde’s Shop on Via de la Paz

The Sew Chateau moved from 855 to 833 Via de la Paz in 2018. Owner Shane LaLonde had initially rented office space on the street in 2015 to start a children’s accessory clothing line. The space had room for designing and … Continue reading

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Student Town Hall to Focus on “Green Schools Campaign” This Thursday; Public Invited

The Human Rights Watch Student Task Force will hold a virtual town hall — “Human Rights and the Climate Crisis: Green Schools Campaign” — from 7 to 8 p.m. on Earth Day this Thursday, April 22. All residents are invited … Continue reading

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What Are You Doing to Celebrate Earth Day?

Since 1970, the United States has celebrated Earth Day on April 22. The day marks the anniversary of the birth of the environmental movement. This movement led to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the passage of the Clean Air, Clean … Continue reading

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Free Tomato and Pumpkin Plants for Kids and Adults Alike 

  TOMATOES AT THE VILLAGE GREEN: Village Green Board President Marge Gold said that on Sunday, April 25, organic tomato plants will be given away free, starting at 10 a.m. on the Green (Sunset at Swarthmore). “These plants, grown from … Continue reading

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