Tori Kjer

Executive director, Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

Executive director of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

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Certain parts of LA are called “park poor,” meaning they don’t have much green space.

CA dedicates $1 billion to public parks. Who needs them most?

Certain parts of LA are called “park poor,” meaning they don’t have much green space.

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