Annual Coastal Clean-Up Day on Saturday, September 20, 2014
Culver City joins over 12,000 volunteers from all over Los Angeles County at 70 different sites to take action to rid our beaches and inland waterways of unsightly harmful debris.
Help us weed, water, and maintain the Culver City Rain Gardens!
The Culver City Rain Gardens capture rain and surface runoff, filters noxious contaminants that would otherwise flow into the Ballona Creek, and beautifies the urban landscape.
Culver City's Urban Forest
How Much is your Backyard worth? Want to learn how much your trees are saving you? Did You Know The net cooling effect of a young, healthy tree is equivalent to ten room-size air conditioners operating 20 hours a day!
Storm Drain Catch Basin Trash Screen Installation Project Underway
Trash excluders are screens that keep trash out of storm drains allowing rain water to flow through while reducing the amount of trash that enters the creek and ocean during rain events.
Smart Gardening Workshops
The workshops are from 9:30am-11:00am on Saturday July 26th and October 25th.
CCUSD Schools Begin Composting Program
Linwood E. Howe Elementary School became the first school in the Culver City School District to begin a pilot program aimed at reducing and reusing food waste.