We restore, preserve, and activate public use of coastal land resources in the South Bay Region.

 

The national average park space in cities is 16 acres per thousand residents.  Redondo Beach, for example, has 2.45 acres per thousand residents – including the beaches, ranking the South Bay 43rd in population density per the US Census Bureau. Overall, the South Bay is considered "Park Poor" and we aim to protect open space from inappropriate development to increase economic vitality, community support, historical knowledge, environmental education opportunities, and engagement with the natural world, but we cannot achieve our goals alone.

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