HARVARD PUBLIC HEALTH STAFF |
For more than 30 years, North East Trees has been designing and building restoration projects in Los Angeles. The nonprofit has employed hundreds of teens and young adults in low-income neighborhoods with little green space to plant trees, improve habitats, build parks, and restore waterways. Lack of green space often means poorer neighborhood air quality and no break from the merciless heat of unbroken concrete. Building and restoring green space can improve neighborhood health.
Interview conducted by Valery Holguin Blog written by Jannet Cordova | Home improvements can be...Read more