Louis Alvarado

Griffith Park Chairperson with the Sierra Club of Southern California

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Griffith Park Chairperson with the Sierra Club of Southern California

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More than a year ago, Mayor  Villaraigosa  announced his plan for a  million new trees  in Los Angeles.  But nobody knows how many have been planted, where, or what kind they are.

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More than a year ago, Mayor Villaraigosa announced his plan for a million new trees in Los Angeles.  But nobody knows how many have been planted, where, or what kind they are.

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