Audubon Network for Sustainability

The Audubon Network for Sustainability

audubon network for sustainability isc logo - middleThere are thousands of Audubon related societies, organizations, sanctuaries, centers, and businesses around the globe.  These organizations and businesses are independent from one another, and separately incorporated. Each is free to set their own path within the Audubon Movement. The Audubon Network for Sustainability is a web based directory of these local, national or international Audubon societies, organizations, sanctuaries, centers, and businesses. It also includes businesses, individuals, and others who have received accreditation by participating in an environmental or sustainability themed education program - many of which may be administered by another Audubon organization.   To read and learn more about the specific entries listed in the Audubon Netowrk for Sustainability click here

LA Dodger's Stadium

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    Chaz Perea- Landscape Manager
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    Dodger Stadium

    It's a treat to learn something new about L.A.'s half-century-plus-one-year-old landmark, and thanks to Chaz Perea we have done just that. Perea is the Dodgers' landscape manager, an International Society of Arborists-certified tree expert, who cares for the some 200-plus species of plant life found within the 365-acre Stadium campus.

    Always the pioneering organization, perhaps it's no surprise that the Dodgers, who famously gave the world Jackie Robinson, and who currently employ baseball's first female head athletic trainer in Sue Falsone, should be the one and only Major League Baseball club to employ a full-time arborist. Or even a part-time arborist. Perea, who's been with the team since 2009, is closing in on his Bachelor of Science degree in Turf Science from Penn State University Online, has Associate of Science degrees in Pest Management and Ornamental Horticulture from Mt. San Antonio College, and manages a full-time staff or four.

    "Dodger Stadium is unique in every way, sitting as it does overlooking the San Gabriel Mountains to the north and the Downtown L.A. skyline to the south. Not only is it the only major league baseball park of the 1960s, a significant period of modern architecture in America, the only ballpark carved into the mountainside with every level entered at grade and palm trees growing from the upper deck gates, but as teams have moved into dense, urban grids and mimicked the ballparks of the classic early 1900's era, Dodger Stadium with its park-like setting adjoining Elysian Park, stands out as even more novel and beautiful among its MLB peers.

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    A Coalition for Good - Spreading the Seeds of Sustainability

    ISC-Audubon is a coalition of non-profit organizations and initiatives that include The International Sustainability Council (ISC), Audubon Lifestyles, Audubon Outdoors, Planit Green, Broadcast Audubon, and the Audubon Network for Sustainability. 

    Funds generated through memberships and donations are used to provide fruit & vegetable seeds, wildflower seed mix, and wildlife feed & birdseed to urban and suburban communities around the world. These seeds are used by communities to establish fruit and vegetable gardens, bird and wildlife sanctuaries, and for the beautification of urban and suburban landscapes by creating flower and native plant gardens.

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