Tag: Friends of Ballona Wetlands
Moonlight on the Marsh is back and better than ever! Click here to buy your tickets, and see below for all the details. See you there! Share
On Saturday, October 24th Friends of Ballona Wetlands had a memorable 10th anniversary Moonlight on the Marsh celebration honoring 4 heroines: Ruth Galanter, Suzanne Goode, Ruth Lansford and Maxine Waters, and the University at the top of the Westchester Bluffs – Loyola Marymount University, all of whom helped save and preserve the Ballona Wetlands and […]
LMU Center for Urban Resilience’s Laurel Hunt wrote a really great recap of our recent celebration of El Segundo Blue Butterflies at the Ballona Dunes. Be sure to check it out, and a big thank you to Laurel and the team at LMU CURes for all their support! Click here to read the recap. Share
At its January meeting, the Friends of Ballona Wetlands Board of Directors elected Jim Landry as its President. Landry succeeds Andy Henderson, who ended his term of successfully leading the Friends as it prepares to embark on the long awaited process of restoring the wetlands to a vibrant and healthy environment. Andy’s enthusiasm and dedication […]
Friends of Ballona Wetlands are involved in every aspect of the health and wellbeing of the Ballona Wetlands, and as the “go to” organization for all things Ballona, here are some recent events where we’ve been representing your interests! Gray Davis’ Well Deserved Honor Friends of Ballona Wetlands honored former Governor Gray Davis during our […]
Posted: November 13th, 2014 under News From The Friends And Ballona.
Tags: Ballona Wetlands, cleanups, coyotes, Environmental Impact Report, Friends of Ballona Wetlands, homeless, Los Angeles Times, volunteer