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CLIMATE ACTION: Tree Planting with Common Vision

Project Overview

This year, HandsOn Bay Area is partnering with California Climate Action Corps, a program of California Volunteers, Office of the Governor to expand our climate action and environmental volunteer project offerings! This partnership helps support events like this project. 🌱 Learn more about their great work here!

🌍 **A Year of Collaboration:** In 2023, HandsOn Bay Area is proud to announce a dynamic partnership with the California Climate Action Corps, an initiative led by California Volunteers, Office of the Governor. This strategic collaboration is set to elevate our commitment to climate action and environmental stewardship. By synergizing our efforts, we're broadening the scope of impactful volunteer projects in these critical areas.

🌱 **Empowering Positive Change:** This groundbreaking partnership plays a vital role in nurturing events like the one on November 18th. It enables us to bring together passionate volunteers who are dedicated to making a tangible difference in the fight against climate change. By providing resources, expertise, and a shared vision, we're collectively empowering positive change within our communities and beyond.

🌿 **Expanding Horizons:** With the support of the California Climate Action Corps, HandsOn Bay Area is expanding the horizons of what's achievable in the realm of climate action and environmental volunteering. Together, we're fostering a culture of sustainability and responsibility, uniting volunteers to engage in meaningful projects that leave a lasting impact on our planet.

🌎 **Uniting for Impact:** As we mark this significant partnership, we invite you to join us on November 18th for the Climate Action Volunteer Event with Common Vision! It's a unique opportunity to witness the collective power of volunteers, working hand in hand to drive environmental change. Let's stand united, inspired by this collaboration's potential and motivated to create a greener, more sustainable world.

✨ **Together Towards Tomorrow:** HandsOn Bay Area and the California Climate Action Corps are united by a shared vision: a future where communities thrive in harmony with the environment. Join us on November 18th, 2023, as we embark on a journey of meaningful action, bringing our collective vision one step closer to reality.

About Common Vision

Common Vision is creating a Healthy and Just Society by growing fruit tree orchards in low-income schools. We envision a world where sustainable agricultural provides all people with access to high quality and culturally appropriate foods; a world where agriculture is a tool for reversing climate change and supporting social equity.

Project Requirements & Important Notes

  • The exact address for the event will be shared at a later date.
  • Volunteers must wear closed toe shoe and comfortable clothing.

  • Volunteers should bring water, layer, sun protection, and snacks.

  • Please do your part in keeping our community healthy. If you are immuno-compromised, at increased risk for severe illness, or feeling sick at all, please decline your registration to the event and register for a project at a less risky time. For additional resources and guidance on how to keep yourself healthy, visit the CDC website.

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Families, Youth

Age Minimum (with Adult): 5+, Minimum Age:12+

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