Neighborhood Land Trust Community Forum for Boyle Heights and El Sereno

Community Forum

 

Are you interested in:

* Understanding land use issues? Or how vacant lots can help you build a strong healthy community?

* And in helping organizations prioritize open space projects in your community?

 

You can build a stronger, healthier, and greener El Sereno/Boyle Heights!

 

The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust invite you to participate in our upcoming Community Forum.

At the Forum you will also learn how the Land Trust’s Transforming Inner-City Lost Lots (TILL) project and CHC’s LAOpenAcres.org can help you organize your friends, family and neighbors around land use issues. Refreshments, translation, and day-care will be provided.

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