Sunday, June 23, 2013 | 9:30 am - 3 pm
Natural History Museum (Grand Foyer, Level 1, Erika J. Glazer Family Edible Garden, 1913 Garden)
Los Angeles is an urban biodiversity hotspot! Explore some of our wildlife in NHM's newest garden spaces and talk with organizations that help support a habitat-friendly L.A.
Partnering organizations: Theodore Payne Foundation, Tree People, Children's Nature Institute, HoneyLove, NHM Polychaetes department with Leslie Harris, NHM Entomology department with Anna Holden, NHM Citizen Science.
Go Green with the Experts and Fellow L.A. Residents
Think Global. Act Local. Sustainable Sundays takes that familiar phrase and turns it into an engaging, creative day that shines light on a host of conservation issues and helps connect visitors with organizations dedicated to environmental causes.
We invite you and your family to take part in this stimulating monthly series, bringing together Museum staff, local organizations, and guest researchers to lead activities, demonstrations, and workshops.
Sustainable Sundays is a forum for bringing Museum visitors together with experts to create a lively, constructive discussion on finding green, innovative local solutions to far-reaching global problems, from climate change and water conservation, to land use, to preserving our environment, and protecting Earth's biodiversity.
If knowledge is power, Sustainable Sundays is your key to turning that power into action.