Restore native habitat at Kenneth Hahn Park


Cause Areas


Sun Mar 04, 2018 - Mon Mar 04, 2019


Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area4100 South La Cienega BoulevardLos Angeles, CA 90056
Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area
Views from the ocean to downtown LA!


Do you have a few hours each month to help remove invasive weeds so that native
plants can thrive?
You can help to improve our urban parklands and assist LA Audubon volunteers.
Volunteers are needed for 1-2 hours during weekday mornings at Kenneth Hahn State
Recreation Area.
Our schedule is flexible and we can assign times that work best for you. We welcome
any amount of time that you can spare as this effort is ongoing - there is always
something to do! With your help, wildlife and native plants will once again flourish in
this spectacular park.
Activities include: Digging and removal of weeds. We ask that you bring your own gloves and
a hand weeder if you have one.
Attire: Sturdy closed-toed shoes, hat, sunscreen, reusable water bottle, light jacket.
Parking: There’s plenty of free parking and on weekdays there is no park entrance fee. The park
is located at 4100 S. La Cienega Blvd, 90056, between Rodeo and Stocker. After you enter the
park you will pass a parking kiosk that will be closed. We will assign a specific meeting location
for each work day.
This is a localized effort - we can't handle groups of more than 5. Individuals welcome.
For more information and to schedule your volunteer time please contact:
Eleanor Osgood 310-839-5420 or email:
Driving directions and map of location, click here:
Address: 4100 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90056
Thank you for your support!


Good Match For

People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 18
  • 1-2 hours
  • Activities include: Digging and removal of weeds. We ask that you bring your own gloves.

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