FoGP believes that the proposed aerial tram will threaten the very soul of Griffith Park as a great wilderness park. We aren’t alone. More than 25 organizations have joined us in strong opposition.
Find out how FoGP is working on important Park issues, learn about FoGP events (online and in-person) and read about other newsworthy items that affect Griffith Park and the surrounding communities.
FoGP volunteers planted
trees and more than
miles of trails
FoGP volunteer hours in 2019
acres of urban wilderness in metropolitan LA
Friends of Griffith Park is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable group that promotes the enlightened stewardship of Griffith Park so it can survive and thrive well beyond the 21st century.
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The hiking trails of every wilderness park in the world are critical in safeguarding the long-term relationship between humans and nature. Their proper maintenance and management is fundamental for many reasons, but can be boiled down to two important goals: protect...
Ten years ago in 2012, when mountain lion P-22 was discovered haunting the hills of Griffith Park, this wasn’t just another example of nature seeping through the cracks in the big city. This story was different for me because here was a big cat trying to find his...
Motorists on the 134 freeway have seen the oddly-terraced hillside that is in Griffith Park, but does not appear to be part of it. Hikers, runners and equestrians have explored it, but are not quite sure what to make of this semi-public nether world. And Friends of...
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