The River Project
The River Project is working to restore the vital ecosystems of the Los Angeles River Watershed for a climate-resilient future.
Sustainable Harvest International is an environmental nonprofit partnering with smallholder farmers to adopt regenerative farming practices that nourish people and the planet.
Climate Reality Los Angeles
We partner with both the Los Angeles Chapter and the Orange County Chapter of the international organization The Climate Reality Project to share resources and join forces for work on local initiatives.
NCSA advances sustainability and resilience across Los Angeles through advocacy, sharing of best practices, and community action. Joining your local Neighborhood Council is a great way to get involved with your community!
Tarzana Community Center
Since February 2019, TCCC has generously hosted our monthly chapter meetings. While we cannot currently meet in person, we look forward to returning to TCCC and continuing our partnership once it is safe.
Pacoima Beautiful and its partners are developing a vision plan for the section of the Pacoima Wash located within Los Angeles city limits, in the communities of Pacoima and Sylmar. The plan will outline concepts for revitalizing the Pacoima Wash as a recreational amenity that includes bike and pedestrian trails and enhances connectivity to parks and open space such as the Angeles National Forest.
Our chapter works with VoteRiders.org on actions to encourage others to vote and help ensure every vote counts. VoteRiders works nationwide to provide free voter ID education and assistance to all eligible voters who are in need. Like Climate Reality Project, Vote Riders is a non-partisan, non-profit organization.
GRID Alternatives is the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, working to make renewable energy technology and job training accessible to underserved communities.
Going Zero Waste
A great resource for starting to reduce your waste stream by small increments.
Food Forward (501(c)(3)) fights hunger and prevents food waste by rescuing fresh, surplus produce, connecting this abundance with people in need, and inspiring others to do the same. Fruits and vegetables are collected from backyard fruit trees, public orchards, farmers markets, and the downtown Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Terminal. 100% of the recovered produce is donated to hunger relief agencies across eight counties in Southern California.
SoCal 350 Climate Action
Empowering Southern California communities to join together for environmental, social, and economic justice.