Revitalizing the Green in Los Angeles
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Bank employees spreading new mulch
Smiling bank employees carrying wheelbarrow of mulch
Bank employees filling buckets with water
Smiling bank employees tending a young tree
Smiling young boy hauling a dolly of new mulch
Bank employee weeding around a tree
Volunteers carefully inspect unearthed animal eggs
Bank employees watering trees throughout the park
Happy group of bank volunteers after a successful day of caring for trees
Bank employees pack up gear at the end of the day
PUBLISHED OCTOBER 14, 2017
In urban areas, trees are vital in protecting us from the changing climate but are scarce. EWB volunteers are taking action for a greener city. On Saturday, October 14, nearly 30 bank team members along with their family volunteered their morning to provide care for over 100 trees in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park.
The tree care included weeding, watering, mulching, and readjusting stakes to newer trees, all which help make air breathable, streets walkable, and parks playable.
The event also became a fun educational moment for many as they encountered wildlife such as toads, animal eggs, and more. Through the event, our team learned that trees provide habitat for wildlife and truly make LA livable. We are grateful for our volunteers’ efforts in making the city green and sustainable for years to come!