Wednesday, January 13, 2016

WE R WATER, Water Conservation Program

Actual partners in this Water Conservation Program are Senior Empowerment Project of Lincoln Heights Seniors Center, The Community Advocates for Lynwood,and The Parents of Cesar Chavez Middle School. Photos from Native Plans Save Water workshop Saturday December 26, 2015  in Lynwood at Iglesia Vigilancia, 1111 Harris St.

Water Conservation bilingual workshops (English/Spanish) to educate and implement residents of City of Los Angeles and the City of Lynwood regarding new ordinances on water consumption and conservation, demonstrating and implementing drought friendly California native plants. Project components are garden kits for home use, introducing guest speakers from the Metropolitan Water District. Orientation on California native plants will be presented with a give away of the actual plants. Community Advocates for Lynwood join in the Green Stage Alliance to develop and implement non-MWD founded educational water conservation presentations.
Stage Of The Arts, Inc. mission is to promote and develop multiethnic, international arts, culture and environmental awareness in the County of Los Angeles, and to establish programs for research and community development, providing affordable housing and working space for artists, including traditional arts forms as well as communication technology based on computer applications. Arts education and cultural activities are our working tools to promote social change and community gathering in the City of Los Angeles. Arts and culture are our working tools in society, serving Los Angeles since 1982. Specialized in cross-cultural communications and special events. A 501-c (3) California educational corporation working on Organizational Development process applying Blue Ocean strategies. Stage of the Arts, Inc. produced 15 years of the ECO MAYA Festival on Earth Day ( including water awareness. (,as well as the Green Stage Festival ( and April 2015 Earth Day/ Spring Clean Event in Glassell Park (

This program is sponsored by The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.The Green Stage Alliance is a program of Stage of the Arts, inc. developed since 2005 to partner with over 3000 organizations, local government, and individuals. Actual partners in this Water Conservation Program are The Community Advocates for Lynwood, The Parents of Cesar Chavez Middle School, Senior Empowerment Project of Lincoln Heights Seniors Center. Check access and documentation on our affiliates, join programs and events. Stage of the Arts, Inc./Green Stage Alliance passed two Resolutions at the National Latino Congress which are the foundation and nature of our partnership programs: 3.10 Green Stage Resolution 7.13 Zero Waste Resolution

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