AlvaradoSmith Real Estate attorney Craig D. Hardwick has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Conservation Corps of Long Beach. The Conservation Corps of Long Beach (CCLB) is committed to assisting young professionals in gaining access to a variety of environmental work experiences while also supporting their personal development and educational opportunities.
Craig will play an active role in the organization’s direction, helping expand paid conservation work experiences such as building local parks, planting drought-tolerant landscapes, and installing solar panels, as well as helping corp members access scholarships, educational opportunities, trainings, and internships with the City of Long Beach and local organization.
Craig joined the CCLB in 2021 and is excited to work with the CCLB’s leadership and corp members to continue building a strong organization and community through environmental and sustainability projects.
To learn more about the Conservation Corps of Long Beach and its work and mission, click here.
A responsive and detail-oriented advocate, Craig Hardwick helps clients successfully meet a broad range of real estate needs. The Chairman of AlvaradoSmith’s Real Estate and Land Use Transactions Department, he has managed and led a variety of real estate transactions over the course of his career: from acquisition to sale, and everything in between, including procurement of real estate development entitlements, construction, financing, and leasing.