LA's Citywide Biodiversity Certification Featured in LA Magazine

Posted on 07/01/2021
Grey fox walking over a hill with sunset in background

Reprinted from LA Magazine, June 30, 2021 by Liz Ohanesian

You may not realize it while you’re inching along the freeway at rush hour, but Los Angeles is a certified wildlife habitat. Yes, the whole city. That designation, made official on May 3 by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), is a significant one. Not only does it make L.A. the largest city in the U.S. to gain this kind of recognition from the 85-year-old conservation group, but the initiative, led by L.A. Sanitation and Environment (LASAN), is also a way to keep tabs on local biodiversity.

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