Get Involved in Operation Healthy Air
We have launched our brand new program, Operation Healthy Air with pilot sampling “campaigns” in Long Beach, and Chino, and the Inland Empire (e.g. Riverside and Redlands) in the summer of 2017, and we will look to expand in 2018 to greater Los Angeles and other cities. These events are free of cost, and our team discusses training materials and ways to get involved in the Operation Healthy Air program.
Operation Healthy Air Training Events
There are no future trainings scheduled right now. Please check back for updates.
Saturday, August 12, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., at the Cooperative Extension San Bernardino County (777 E. Rialto) in San Bernardino, CA
- Register for this training online today.
- For more information, contact our Director of Research Initiatives, Mark Chandler email@example.com
The free training will provide volunteers with the tools and skills needed to provide data to the study from gardens and landscapes at home, office, school or in the community. No experience is needed, and all ages are welcome.
If you are interested in Operation Healthy Air (whether you can make it to this training or not), get in touch with Mark Chandler.
Attend an Earthwatch Collection Event
Sign up and attend one of our local half-day expeditions, learn about the importance of urban forests, and collect data as a citizen scientist with staff from the Urban Resiliency Program.
Want to participate in one of these events, but are under 18 years old? Just download, print, and have a parent/guardian sign our Earthwatch Liability Release Form in advance and bring it with you to the event.
Trying to receive community service hours? No problem! Just bring any special community service hour forms you need to your event and ask the Earthwatch staff member to sign it for you to verify your hours.
Sign up for our e-newsletter to be notified of upcoming volunteer events.
Don’t see a convenient event date or location? Contact us for more information about setting up a custom collection event for your group or sponsor a data collection event in your local area.