It Is “Earth Week” in Pacific Palisades

There was a steady stream of participants for an Earth Day Celebration on April 14.

Despite the light showers, there was still a nice turnout for the Earth Day Celebration hosted by Resilient Palisades, adjacent to the Village Green on April 14.

Participants were offered packets of wildflower seeds and seed bombs. Throw them on lawns and the land surrounding your property and watch the flowers become attractions for birds and bees.

Just in time for use at the Palisades Farmer’s Market, the is editor received a mesh produce bag, perfect for onion, shallots and other small vegetables.

Vegan dipping sauces were handed out, too. Don’t tell Resilient Palisades, but this editor used the sauce on baked chicken, and it was delicious. Visit: https://resilientpalisades.org/

Organizations presenting included, not only Resilient Palisades, but also the Pacific Palisades Forestry Committee, Temescal Canyon Association, The Village Green, Pacific Palisades Community Council, Palisades Rotary Club, Sierra Club, Heal the Bay, LA Waterkeeper, LA Parks Foundation and the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.

 

BEACH CLEANUP APRIL 20

An environmentalist, Traci Park will be at the Will Rogers beach cleanup.

If you missed the event near the Village Green, consider doing a beach clean up with Councilmember Traci Park at Will Rogers State Beach (lifeguard tower 15) from 9 to 11 a.m., this Saturday, April 20.

Park has partnered with L.A. County Supervisor Lindsey Horvath and the Pacific Palisades Community Council to make sure that all trash is picked up and disposed of properly.

Parking will be available at 15100 Pacific Coast Highway. Participants are asked to wear comfortable attire and bring a reuseable water bottle.

“We’re stoked to partner with Supervisor Horvath and the Pacific Palisades Community Council to bring you this very special event to celebrate Earth Day. See you there!” Councilwoman Traci Park said in her newsletter.

For more information, contact Michael Amster at Michael.amster@lacity.org or call (310) 568-8772.

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