Looking to do your part for Earth Day? Then look no further than Los Angeles State Historic Park! California State Parks has been working with North East Trees and California State Parks Foundation to plant 150 trees and various native plants at the north end of the park. The color-coded image above shows where the four types of trees will be going. The yellow circles are Western Sycamores, the green circles are Black Cottonwoods, the blue circles are White Alders and the red circles are Arroyo Willows. All of these trees are native to Southern California and we can’t be more excited to have some shade up here at the north end.
The event takes place this Saturday, April 17th, with registration starting at 8:00am, and planting starting at 9:00 am and ending at 1:00pm. This event is free to the public, some snacks will be provided, but make sure you bring your own water bottle, we will have water but this is plastic bottle free event.