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.
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FoGP volunteers planted
trees and more than
miles of trails
FoGP volunteer hours in 2022
acres of urban wilderness in metropolitan LA
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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...
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