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CCS' projects tackle the challenging problems created when people and nature intersect. CCS has a twenty-year track record of implementing successful conservation projects that have made positive and permanent changes in California’s urban landscapes.

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L.A. River Greenway Trail and Habitat Restoration
This half-mile, unpaved walking trail connected segments of
river trail, restored native habitat with over 3,000 native trees
and plants, while improving water quality in the L.A. River

Natural Park at Ramona Gardens Housing Development
Native trees and plants would transform the land between Ramona Gardens and 15 lanes of polluting freeway into a ‘Nature in the City’ green open space park. This project is located in Northern Boyle Heights, Los Angeles.

Green Solutions Project
Transforming urban lands with nature-based stormwater projects that create water supplies and reduce greenhouse gases.

Baldwin Hills Park
The last, large undeveloped open space in urban Los Angeles offers an extraordinary opportunity to create a two-square mile urban park, natural and recreation area serving millions of nearby residents.


Upper Newport Bay
CCS directed efforts to restore critical wetlands and native habitats, provide public trails and protect endangered plants and animals in Southern California’s only intact coastal wetlands system.

North East LA Center for L.A. Conservation Corps
CCS helped create this state-of-the-art facility to provide conservation education and job opportunities to disadvantaged youth in L.A. County.


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