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Access to
Public Lands



  • Protect the mountains and rivers in our area, to conserve resources and be more climate-resilient.

  • Create more natural spaces such as parks and bike paths in our historically underserved neighborhoods.

  • Connect people and public lands through more trails and other outdoor recreational opportunities, to improve public health.


Day One participated in 24 tabling events incorporating the N4A/SGMF Program including leading 2 online presentations and 1 in-person demonstration since March 2021. These events were family or STEM education oriented. Day One partnership with City El Monte Parks Recreation and Community Services, City of Pomona Communities Services and Recreation, Jeff Seymour Community Center, Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, and Pomona and Valley Certified Farmers Market allowed for these tabling opportunities.

  • Provided 20 free Compost buckets to community members

  • 1,000 + people engaged with compost demonstrations.

  • 2,300 pounds of food waste collected in 9 weeks

  • 11 in-person/virtual  compost demos

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Nature for All 

Nature for All has been working to protect the public lands and green, open spaces around Los Angeles and connect Angelenos to nature since 2008, when we formed as the San Gabriel Mountains Forever coalition.

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