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.
GRIFFITH PARK RAPTOR SURVEY 2021
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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Blainsville’s horned lizard... so unobtrusive on the landscape, it could easily be overlooked, unless one is actively looking. Even then, since these lizard populations have decreased dramatically, it would be difficult to find one in Griffith Park or parts west for...
Today, Saturday, Feb. 20 marked the opening of the 2021 Raptor Study with a Zoom training session featuring study coordinators Courtney McCammon and Dr. Dan Cooper, moderated by FoGP president Gerry Hans. The session was well-attended as participants were given...
The Los Angeles Zoo has formally proposed a Vision Plan with concepts for further expansion and development. It’s really important to get all the facts of how this would impact the northeastern portion of Griffith Park near the 134/5 interchanges. There are many...
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