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Living Green

Here at South Bay Gardens, we care about the environment as much as you do, and we think it's important to spread the word about environmentally friendly ideas and policies. Check back here often for more information about living green!

South Bay Business Environmental Coalition

South Bay Gardens supports the mission of the South Bay Business Environmental Coalition (SBBEC) and would like to encourage you to do the same. Please explore the website below to find out more about membership and other ways that you can contribute towards improving our environment.

"The South Bay Business Environmental Coalition (SBBEC) is a 501c(3) organization committed to providing a forum where representatives from the public and private sectors collaborate on environmental issues and regulations impacting businesses, communities, and educational institutions in Southern California and have combined their expertise in a cooperative relationship to improve our environment." -www.sbbec.org

Here is an example of some of the materials we have recently donated to this organization:

Los Angeles Regional Foodbank

The Los Angeles Regional Foodbank is a nonprofit charitable organization providing food for disadvantaged residents across all areas of Los Angeles County. With the help of volunteers, financial supporters, product donors and an extensive agency network, the Foodbank was able to distribute 39 million pounds of food in 2008 alone. As a Feeding America affiliated foodbank, the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank is committed to upholding the highest standards of charitable food distribution. Member agency sites include abused and abandoned children homes, battered women shelters, senior centers, food pantries, soup kitchens, and more. For more information about this organization please visit www.lafoodbank.org.

Attention animal lovers!


Here’s a quick and easy way that you can make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected animals! Simply go to the Animal Rescue Site and click the purple box to give FREE food & care. Their corporate sponsors and advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate food every day to animals in need, in exchange for advertising. The whole process takes less than a minute and won’t cost you a thing, there are no strings attached or forms to fill out!

So please do spread the word - ask your friends to ask their friends! Remember to visit the site often and keep up the clicking!

Here's the website! www.theanimalrescuesite.com

Looking out for the animals

Attention homeowners! Are you making major changes to your landscape environment and are worried about disrupting or potentially killing the resident wildlife? Contact South Bay Wildlife Rehab for help with humanely solving issues involving native wildlife.


South Bay Wildlife Rehab
26363 Silver Spur Rd.
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

Phone (310) 378-9921
Fax (310) 378-0969

Website: www.sbwr.org

Green Home & Family

Living green is much easier when you've got access to resources and literature created by like-minded individuals. That's why we're happy to tell you about the Green Home & Family magazine, which is a monthly publication dedicated to helping you save money while learning about green options and creative solutions.

For more information, please visit:

Trees for Children

Help our environment by planting more trees! Trees for Children is a non-profit organization that can help you reduce the effects of global warming by replanting the trees used in the construction of homes and businesses! The standard new home requires an average of 90 trees to build, and this combined with carbon imprints from vehicles and structures is only worsening the global climate crisis. Trees for Children is dedicated to teaching people how to take responsibility for our impact on the environment, by returning the balance to nature. Every forest replenished will create new habitats for wildlife, slow water and wind erosion, provide more oxygen, and reduce the effects of global warming!

Visit the Trees For Children website for more information:

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