• Slide 5 Zero Waste

    Slide 5 Zero Waste


    The Foundation has supported the

    Organics Project

    of the Chapter’s

    Zero Waste Committee
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    photo credit:
    Sheldon-Arleta landfill, owned by Los Angeles City’s Bureau of Sanitation. A baseball park will be developed at this site through a grant from the California Waste Management Board. Credit: City of Los Angeles
  • Slide 4 ICO

    Slide 4 ICO




    enables underserved youth, disabled individuals, and others to visit and develop an appreciation for our natural environment

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    photo credit:
    Vincente Baldwin, 2009, Solstice Canyon
  • Slide 2 – Outings Publications

    Slide 2 – Outings Publications

    The Chapter’s outings program is partly funded by investment earnings from the

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    photo credit:
    Local Hikes Committee outing. Wednesday Hikers at lunch break where the Pacific Crest Trail crosses over the south shoulder of Mount Williamson.
    Robert Cates, 2010.
  • Slide 1 Water Conservation Program

    Slide 1 Water Conservation Program


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    photo credit:
    Bill Neill 2015, Glendale Narrows

The Angeles Chapter Foundation was established in 1986 to administer endowments and accept tax-deductible contributions that support the Angeles Chapter's outings and conservation programs. In 2017 the Foundation expanded its area of interest and activity to other regions of California, under the name Angeles Conservation Foundation. The Angeles Chapter Foundation continues to administer wills, trusts and endowments that support the Angeles Chapter.


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