Expo Neighbors Environmental Group

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Expo Neighbors Environmental Group



We are a small, well connected group of homeowners and residents committed to the enhancement and protection of our local environment. Our efforts have led to improved air quality, supported jobs and training for Los Angeles youth. We have been involved in projects ranging from small flower beautification to the grassroot involvement in the Exposition Greenways Project, The Jefferson Boulevard Treevitalization Project (Between Crenshaw & La Brea, and the tree planting in the Median Strip on Crenshaw Boulevard at the 10 Freeway.

We were nominated for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 9, "Earth Day Tribute" for outstanding contributions to the protection of the environment. And was also a featured earth day story on Fox 11 News. Our founder was honored as a 1996 Olympic Torch Bearer for his commitment to the Exposition Community.


We have protesting tough issues regarding the harmful spraying of herbicides on the MTA Railroad tracks near Dorsey High and the homes between Farmdale and Crenshaw Boulevard.
Other environmental protection efforts are the controversial ECIS Sewer Project. Violations of the clean water act and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act keep us concerned about the management of our sewer system, the hydrogen sulfide odors and the disporportional impacts in our community.


If you have expertise in any of the following areas, and would like to volunteer your services. We need administration assistance, landscape expertise, tree specialists, certified arborist, legal assistance, proposal writing, grant writing, newsletter publication, or simple words of encouragement.


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e-mail us at niteprss@pacbell.net


ECIS Sewer Environmental Impact Report
Japanese Garden/Water Reclamation Plant
City Los Angeles Environmental Affairs
Natural Resources Defense Council
Earth Systems Science, Inc.


About our association



The Exposition Neighbors Association was founded in April of 1993 by a local homeowner and businessman. Patrick McCullough attempted to reverse neighborhood deterioration and improve property values by beautifying the abandoned railroad tracks across from his home.
Starting with his own personal efforts and with the assistance from neighbors, the area has been tremendously improved with the planting of hundreds of trees and flowers on Exposition and Jefferson Boulevards respectively.


We strive to improve the visual appearance and overall upkeep of the community through tree planting and care, streetscape projects, creative grafitti solutions, nuisance alley closures, local environmental protection, etc. Our goal is to create a pool of resources and expand our community enriching businesses. We also address nuisance business operations that have proven to be detrimental to our community.



We continue to collaborate with other homeowners associations, block clubs, local schools, local businesses, churches, Councilmembers office, City Departments, Treepeople, the Los Angeles Conservation Corps., National Wildlife Federation, National Parks Conservation Association, National Park Service, Earth Systems Science, Inc.

Expo Neighbors uses outside resources to teach environmental education to neighbors. We
use a community-based education approach to deliver environmental information direct to youth and their families. These unique methods by-pass
the traditional school system and enriches selected community groups at the neighborhood level. 

Learning activities focus on youth and their
families in an outdoor educational setting. It uses innovative, hands-on, interactive lesson modules directly related to daily impacts in our neighborhood and community. Things like smog, wastewater management, de-forestation and treevitalization, and solutions for a healthy neighborhood. 

Various work projects for youth have been implimented through the the National Park Service.

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National Parks Conservation Association
National Park Service
Earth Systems Science, Inc.
Our Times Community News
National Wildlife Federation
Center for Law in the Public Interest

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