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Today at Noon: Ballona Creek Habitat Restoration Progress at Farmlab

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The folks at Farmlab are hosting another free Friday-at-noon event. Representatives of the Surfrider Foundation and the Ballona Network will present their progress on developing a plan for cleaning-up and restoring the habitat in Ballona Creek.

Here’s what we can vouch for:
- A good turnout of interesting people to chat with before & after the presentation
- Excellent food & lots of it
- Protecting this fragile habitat is vital (think An Inconvenient Truth in your own backyard and that you have a chance to do something about it)

We can’t think of a better way to kick-start your weekend.

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Check it out at:
Noon @ Farmlab / Under Spring
1745 N. Spring Street #4
LA, CA 90012
Across the street from the site of the Not A Cornfield project
In a warehouse co-located at Baker Street & N. Spring Street

Photo of great blue heron on the Ballona Creek Channel by stonebird via Flickr