The Bolsa Chica Land Trust
ECO-CAM is now LIVE!

photos from Eco-Cam 2017

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Agreement Reached!
Agreement Reached!

Photo: Brenda Lee

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Learn

about the birds

of Bolsa Chica

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15,000

have helped to restore the Mesa.

volunteers

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11acres

We are working

to preserve the last

of the Bolsa Chica.

Bolsa Chica Land Trust

The Bolsa Chica Land Trust was formed in 1992 by a small group of Californians who believed that one of the last standing wetland ecosystems in Southern California was worth preserving for future generations. The Land Trust now includes more than 5000 members from throughout California and twenty other states.

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Upcoming Events

april

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may

7may9:00 am- 12:00 pmStewards Work Day - 1st SundayHelp us help the environment
20may9:00 am- 12:00 pmStewards Work Day - 3rd SaturdayHelp us help the environment
21may10:00 am- 12:00 pmFree Public Tour and Information table - 3rd SundaySouth Lot

Announcements

You are invited to Within the Wilderness!!  Come and see beautiful works of art, all themed around wilderness and the natural world, and support BCLT at the same time.  This May 20th from 7:00PM – 9:00PM at the Greenly Art Space, 2698 Junipero Avenue, #133, Signal Hill, 90755.

Greenly Art Space is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to enriching lives and cultivating community through art. This is done through creating contemplative art shows, bringing art to community schools, and providing a space for art making, mentoring, and art therapy.  Each year at our annual fundraiser we choose a local organization that his helping our world and invite them to be our guest beneficiary.  This year we are excited to be raising funds and awareness for the arts as well as for Bolsa Chica Land Trust and their habitat restoration efforts.  At the opening a local band “The Previous Owners” will perform and there will be artwork by over 40 local artists that explores the theme of “Wilderness”.  There is a $15 fee to come to the opening which will be May 20th, 7-9pm.  We will have good food, drinks, music and great art for all to enjoy  After the opening the exhibit is free to view by appt. or during gallery hours- see website Greenlyartspace.org for information.

Thank you to Kimberly Hocking, her staff and volunteers with Greenly Art Space for this wonderful opportunity and support!

photos in the slide banner: Kim Hocking

 

Music from the Mesa Newsletter

Our Mission

Acquire

The Land Trust is working to acquire and protect the last threatened 11 acres at Bolsa Chica to save a unique archaeological site and precious open space habitat.

Restore

The Land Trust’s Bolsa Chica Stewards have been working since 1996 on the Mesa habitat restoration project. Over 15,000 volunteers have helped heal our local environment.

Preserve

Bolsa Chica needs constant and well planned care to keep its habitats functioning and healthy.  Saving it is just the start, caring for it is part of our commitment.

Educate

The Land Trust conducts educational programs to build awareness about the role of the Bolsa Chica wetlands system in the natural and urban environment, and tell the story of its rich history.

Our Vision

Location

Bolsa Chica Land Trust (Main Office)
5200 Warner Avenue #108
Huntington Beach, California 92649