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3rd Annual KLAB Virtual Beautification Conference

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Speakers

Steve List

Sylmar Charter High School

Alina McDowell

Turf Replacement Program, LADWP Water Conservation Group

Azya Jackson

Wastewater Engineering Services Division, LA SANITATION

Michael Klubock

Kids Ocean Day

Cristina ?

Community Member

Grace Cotangco

National Health Foundation

David Meza

SoCal Gas

Alexander Caiozzo

Recycled Plastic Asphalt Project, Streets LA

Rowena Romano

Curb your Food Waste LA, Sanitation

John Tang

Coca Cola

Samantha Martinez

Public Affairs Advocacy

Thomas Corrales

Office of Community Beautification

Gerry Valido

Office of Community Beautification

Mayor Eric Garcetti

Mayor of Los Angeles City

Aura Garcia

Bureau of Public Works

Paul Racs

Office of Community Beautification

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Hollywood Chamber of Commerce

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Office of Community Beautification (OCB)

The Office of Community Beautification envisions a City where every neighborhood is a clean, green, and a beautiful place to live, work, and play.

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power: Water Conservation Group

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the nation’s largest municipality, exists to support the growth and vitality of the City of Los Angeles, its residents, businesses and the communities we serve, providing safe, reliable and cost-effective water and power in a customer-focused and environmentally responsible manner.

City Plants

At City Plants, we envision a Los Angeles in which people in every neighborhood have equal access to trees and their benefits: clean air, energy efficiency, better health, cooling shade, and friendlier, more vibrant communities.

Bureau of Street Lighting

“Provide reliable, safe lighting for all residents and visitors, lighting the way for Angelenos.”

Urban Forestry

Urban Forestry – Streets LA

Department of Public Works, Bureau of Street Services (StreetsLA) Engineering Services Division

Making LA's Street Network Safe, Mobile, and Sustainable Through Innovation, Integration and Inclusion

City of Los Angeles Bureau of Contract Administration

Central Certification Agency and Business Inclusion Section

Circular Textiles (LA Sanitation & Environment)

We protect public health and the environment.

Residential Organics And Recycling (ROAR): LA Sanitation & Environment

As the lead agency for the City’s environmental programs and initiatives, LA Sanitation & Environment (LASAN) protects public health and the environment.

Street Trees: LA Sanitation & Environment

Tree planting in environmentally impacted neighborhoods across Los Angeles.

Watershed Protection Program: LA Sanitation

Protecting the health and safety of LA's waterways and watersheds.

Zero Wasted Water: LA Sanitation & Environment

To Protect Public Health and the Environment. Zero Wasted Water.

LA Sanitation and Environment- Solid Resources Citywide Recycling Division

The primary responsibility of LA Sanitation (LASAN) is to collect, clean and recycle solid and liquid waste generated by residential, commercial and industrial users in the City of Los Angeles and surrounding communities.

Food Forward

Food Forward fights hunger and prevents food waste by rescuing fresh surplus produce, connecting this abundance with people in need and inspiring others to do the same.

Cottonwood Urban Farm

Urban farm focused on the cross section of food, community and education in the San Fernando Valley.

LA COMPOST

Soil and People

Volunteers Cleaning Communities

Community-based organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, cleaner, environmental friendly, litter-free place.

Kids Ocean Day

Empowering kids to save the Earth, by connecting them to the beaches and ocean.

National Health Foundation

Our vision is that all people, regardless of who they are or where they live can achieve their highest level of health!

Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers & Native Plants

Theodore Payne Foundation inspires and educates Southern Californians about the beauty and ecological benefits of California native plant landscapes.

Los Angeles Walks

We train and mobilize Angelenos to advocate for safe, walkable communities across Los Angeles. A walkable LA, is a just LA.

Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

We believe health and justice rooted in community parks and gardens. We envision a Los Angeles where every child can walk to a park, no matter their zip code.

Garden School Foundation

Learn about the transformative potential of school gardens and cafeteria-based composting programs!

Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling

Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling is a proud west coast bottler and distributor of Coca-Cola brands and is committed to adding value to the Coca-Cola supply chain.

Los Angeles Parks Foundation

Enhance, Expand, Preserve and Promote public recreation, parks, and open space for the people of Los Angeles.

UC Master Gardener Program, LA County

Master Gardeners want to help you with all your Gardening Questions!

Los Angeles Community Garden Council

Our mission is to strengthen communities by building and supporting community gardens where every person in Los Angeles County can grow healthy food in their neighborhood.

SoCal Gas

Building the cleanest, safest, most innovative energy company in America