At the Audubon Center at Debs Park, we believe in the importance of educating youth in environmental conservation. Our Audubon Youth Leaders Program engages youth to provide them with tools and hands-on experience to pursue conservation work and advocacy in their communities. Since 2018, we've worked with over 200 students. Audubon staff provide local youth with a wide range of training, including education on California native plants, restoration practices, and community engagement. Through classroom visits, internships, and advocacy opportunities, we are working to build the next generation of environmental stewards and leaders.
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Audubon Youth Leaders (AYL) is a program centered on improving access to leadership development opportunities in an outdoor setting for youth. Audubon Youth Leaders focuses on developing leadership skills, hands-on service learning in native ecology, and working together as a team to carry out a youth-led conservation action project. This opportunity was made possible by The Nature Conservancy.
Have questions? Contact us: Evelyn.Serrano@audubon.org or call 323-221-2255 x115