The Los Cerritos Wetlands Stewardship Program


The Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority’s Stewardship Program is the best way for the public to become involved with the restoration and conservation of the wetlands. The LCWA has developed the program to incorporate partners that have mutually beneficial interests toward the goals of valuing, learning, restoring and educating about Los Cerritos.

Public Programs Updates

Each month the Los Cerritos Wetlands hosts a variety of events and outdoor activities to get involved in from Nature Walks, Restoration Events, and Bird Walks.  As of now we are following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, which means vaccinated visitors can attend mask-free. Face coverings and physical distancing are required for unvaccinated visitors.  For full upcoming event information, COVID updates, event ticket information, and other ‘Know Before You Go’ information see our Stewardship Event Flyer with details of the Jan – June 2023 events.

Stewardship Events

Check out our monthly Stewardship Program Event Calendar with TONS of opportunities to explore Los Cerritos Wetlands: 

Stewardship Program Event Flyer (January – June 2023)

Or Go to Tidal Influence Website to download it.


Join us to explore and restore Los Cerritos Wetlands! Check our event flyer for all the exciting opportunities to join this conservation effort!

The Zedler Marsh Trails GRAND OPENING EVENT – September 30th, 2017

We loved sharing this major milestone towards enhancing public access and awareness of Los Cerritos Wetlands with all of you who have volunteered and advocated for the protection and restoration of Los Cerritos Wetlands.

LCWA board members, staff and Stewardship Program Partners celebrating the Zedler Marsh Trails grand opening event on September 30th, 2017.


Listed below are our partners:

  • Rivers and Mountains Conservancy
  • California Coastal Conservancy
  • City of Long Beach
  • City of Seal Beach
  • Tidal Influence
  • Earth Island Institute
  • California Coastal Commission
  • Signal Hill Petroleum
  • Los Cerritos Wetlands Land Trust
  • Aquarium of the Pacific
  • El Dorado Audubon
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Southern California Water Resources Research Project