Let's Par-tee!

Join us for a hole lot of fun, delicious food, and drinks, all while supporting our Environmental Justice Project! Whether you're a pro with a putter or just looking for a fun day out, our mini golf course is perfect for everyone.

Enjoy tasty bites and refreshing beverages as you putt your way through the day. Plus, this is a fantastic opportunity to network with fellow advocates and industry professionals.

Bring your friends, family, and colleagues to join in the fun. Don’t miss out on the event of the season—swing by, have a blast, and make a big impact on a greener future!

Location:  LA Kretz Innovation Campus (Los Angeles)

Time: 4pm-7pm



Swing, Sip, and Support!


Learn more about USGBC-CA's Environmental Justice Project below!

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The Venue

Get ready to tee off at our annual Mini Golf Partee, happening right in the parking lot of the LEED Platinum and WELL Gold certified La Kretz Innovation Campus, home to our awesome offices! The location has plenty of shaded spots to keep you comfy, but don’t forget to bring your hats, sunglasses, and plenty of water to stay cool while you play.

Sponsor our event for Environmental Justice!

Join us in sponsoring a day of mini golf, delicious food, and networking—all in support of our Environmental Justice Project. Your sponsorship showcases your commitment to sustainability, connects you with industry leaders, and makes a significant impact in our community. Don’t miss this opportunity to align your brand with environmental stewardship and make a meaningful difference. Tee up with us for a greener future today!


About USGBC-CA's Environmental Justice Project

USGBC-CA's Environmental Justice Project began in 2016 with the goal of bridging the gap between social equity and environmental resiliency as we recognize certain communities are more impacted by effects of climate change. Historical injustices, de-facto segregation, and geographic location collaborate to create the resource disparities seen in California today, making equity a critical component of building a sustainable city for all residents.