Beautiful, inspiring, transformative evening in Coldwater Canyon at the new Center for Community Forestry for TREE PEOPLE last night. Located on top of a massive cistern storing enough water for the entire wooded area for one year, this new educational center featuring a nursery, watershed park, and hiking trails is a wonderful place to get started “helping nature heal our cities”. The site is also merely 500 feet from the geographical center of Los Angeles ~
Tree People’s Center for Community Forestry
Tree People Nursery
Tree People space
Amy Clarke was honored to be invited to perform music at the annual volunteer award night & appreciation dinner, and it was a delight to meet so many other of the hard working individuals who help both plant and care for the trees and nature in the city.
Amy Clarke in the Tree People Grove! (photo courtsey Alex Orlovsky)
Amy Clarke’s keyboard case
Jim Hardie, Board of Directors/Citizen Forester & Volunteers announce the Top Twenty Best Reasons to Volunteer for Tree People
Andy Lipkis, Tree People Founder
Lisa Sotelo, Volunteer Manager
Planting is finished for the season, but there are still full moon hikes, tree care & maintenance, planting activities and more.
FULL MOON HIKE on SUNDAY JUNE 7th!
following a MOUNTAIN RESTORATION DAY in Calabasas.
A few additional performance shots of Amy Clarke, courtesy of Alex Orlovsky:
Tree People, thank you for inviting Gaia Grove to come and play in your garden! We hope to build a living “Gaia Grove” of trees in Los Angeles some day in the near future…
Amy Clarke, Alex Orlovsky, & Gaia Grove
“helping heal the earth”