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Conservancy Mission Statement

The Baldwin Hills Conservancy's mission is to acquire open space and manage public lands within the Baldwin Hills area and to provide recreation, restoration and protection of wildlife habitat within the territory for the public's enjoyment and educational experience.

Baldwin Hills Park Master Plan



Park to Playa Final Report


Park to Playa Google Earth Fly-through

To use the Park to Playa fly-through interactive file link, first download Google Earth at http://www.google.com/earth/download/ge/. Once the file is launched in Google Earth you can double click on the yellow push pins to zoom into segments along the Park to Playa Trail.




Secretary of Stae ==- Register to Vote Save Our Water


Quick Links


Proposition 1 Proposal Solicitation

The Conservancy is offering competitive grants to fund multi-benefit ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration projects using Proposition 1 bond funds. The Proposal Solicitation is now available and applications for Round 4 are due to the Conservancy on June 30, 2016.


Stocker Corridor Trail Dedication Event

The Stocker Corridor Trail Improvements Project is complete!
Please RSVP and join us for a presentation and a short hike to the Eastern Ridgeline in Kenneth Hahn Park. See attached flyer

Date: Friday, March 4th, 2016 - 9:00 am
Location: Southeast corner of Stocker & La Brea Avenue
Parking: Norman O. Houston Park & Rueben Ingold Park
RSVP: Grace Perez (626) 369-8693 by March 2nd
(Please wear comfortable shoes if you plan on participating in the hike.)


Milton Street Park Open to the Public

Link to WAVE article http://wavenewspapers.com/new-park-opens-along-banks-of-ballona-creek/

Link to Information Sheet on MRCA site: http://www.mrca.ca.gov/STOCKER%20-%20RUEBEN%20CONNECTION%20SHEET.pdf


Los Angeles Countywide Park Needs Assessment

The Conservancy held a successful Community Engagement Meeting at the beginning of February 2016. Community members had the opportunity to discuss, and vote for, a variety of potential park projects. Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation will incorporate the data into the Countywide Park Needs Assessment.

The goals of the Countywide Park Needs Assessment include gathering data to be used in the development of future park projects, infrastructure and recreational opportunities. The Final report will identify priority projects within the study areas. For further information: http://lacountyparkneeds.org.