The Los Angeles-based environmental group TreePeople is known for promoting environmental awareness and conducting educational
outreach programs locally as well as internationally. The collection includes slides, photographs, audiovisual materials,
clippings, correspondence, organization files, ephemera, and awards documenting the development and efforts of TreePeople.
TreePeople, a non-profit environmental organization, was founded by Andy Lipkis in Los Angeles in 1973. Originally called
the California Conservation Project (CCP), the group was more commonly referred to as the "TreePeople," and was thus, renamed
in 1974. Lipkis established the organization at the age of eighteen following his experiences at a leadership training program
in the San Bernardino National forest. After attending the program, Lipkis directed his efforts toward establishing the CCP
in order to provide people with environmental education and the opportunity to plant trees.
59.0 linear ft.
(82 boxes, 17 record cartons, 8 flat boxes, and 4 roll boxes)
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