Blue Table Talk #3: “Relationship with Water”
Streamed Saturday, January 21, 2023, 12 PM @ Manhattan Beach Pier
The New Year is a perfect time to reenergize your commitment to conservation with a more interconnected approach. What is Holistic Environmental Stewardship? How are beach cleanups and drought solutions connected? Join Heal the Bay and special guests from the Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples at our January Nothin’ But Sand Cleanup to find out how you can nourish your relationship with water during California’s drought.
Host: Mikaela Randolph, Heal the Bay Senior Watershed Specialist, Central Santa Monica Bay. Special Guests: Gabriella Lassos, Program Director for the Sacred Places Institute Indigenous Youth Environmental Justice Program; Jessa Calderon, Coordinator of the Sacred Places Institute Indigenous Oceans and Waters Protector Program; and Annelisa Moe, Heal the Bay Water Quality Scientist.
Heal the Bay is an environmental nonprofit established in 1985 that is dedicated to making the coastal waters and watersheds in Greater Los Angeles safe, healthy, and clean. We use science, education, community action, and advocacy to fulfill our mission. Learn more about what we do.
Heal the Bay Presents: Commit to Conservation #Commit2Conserve is made possible through the support of the Accelerate Resilience L.A., a sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. Accelerate Resilience L.A. (ARLA) envisions Los Angeles as a climate-resilient region that is safer, healthier, and more prepared for our increasingly dangerous climate reality.