Take Action To Protect Our Environment Now!
The Takataka club has adopted the entire stretch of Angeles Crest Highway leading into La Canada. Volunteers meet at the first turnout up Angeles Crest Highway every Tuesday from 8-9 AM to help clean up our mountains around the turnouts. Consider coming out to help keep our mountains clean! Gloves, pickers, and bags are all provided and you can go off and drive/walk to a spot on the highway of your choice and start picking up trash (very covid friendly).
Black Lives Matter in The Climate Movement
Black Americans face the consequences of climate change at a disproportionately higher rate than White Americans and are also more likely to be concerned about climate change than non-Hispanic White Americans. In order to create powerful and lasting solutions to climate change we need to uplift Black, Hispanic, and Indigenous communities and support local movements for environmental justice. We strongly encourage you to read more about Black lives in the climate movement and to get involved in the movement for racial and climate justice in our community!
How you can help!
Volunteer with or donate to an environmental organization!
Join the Sierra Club: Founded by legendary conservationist John Muir in 1892, the Sierra Club is now the nation’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. Learn more HERE
Volunteer with Altadena Foothills Conservancy: Get help setting up your own trail work, invasive plant removal, and more; or you can partake in one of their conservation events or start an internship! Learn more HERE
Volunteer with The California Native Plant Society (CNPS): A statewide non-profit organization of amateurs and professionals with a common interest in California's native plants. Help with native plant sales, field trips, educational outreach and more! Learn more HERE