Culver City Rain Garden Enhancement


(34.02369,-118.39002)
 

Cause Areas

When

Sat Oct 15, 2016, 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

Where

4306 Jackson Ave (GPS-purposes)At the end of Jackson AveCulver City, CA 90232

About

The Culver City Rain Garden is a Low Impact Development (LID) project that captures and infiltrates storm water runoff from the adjacent industrial parking lots and streets, removing harmful pollutants and metals before reaching Ballona Creek. The garden is planted with native riparian vegetation to enhance water quality, provide habitat for native birds and wildlife, as well as beautify this stretch of Ballona Creek. I case you've helped with the rain garden before, the rain garden is on both sides of the Ballona Creek, so please consult the current address to make sure you're on the right side. Call site supervisor Mark Abramson at 310-490-0279 with questions.

This month's event is on the northside of Ballona Creek ("residential-side"). Park on Jasmine.

Skills

  • Habitat Restoration

Good Match For

Teens Group

Requirements & Commitment

N/A

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