A collaborative of federal and state agencies, non-profits, and private firms have come together to solve the Los Angeles Rivers' native plant supply problem.
The recommended plan offers two options -- it would have the city cost-sharing the project at 88% or 73%, possibly leaving the city to shoulder more than $1.18-billion of the cost.
The $1.3 billion river habitat restoration plan was unanimously approved this morning by the Civil Works Review Board of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Washington D.C.
Two years after opening, a report shows that the lagoon has highly improved water quality and oxygen flow, and increased wildlife.
Trains carrying crude oil have become known as "bomb trains" due to their destructive track record, and SoCal environmentalists are trying to prevent a tragedy from happening in Lo
The neighborhood's desire to maintain the status quo may inadvertently result in limiting the housing supply, which would then drive prices up even more.
Studies have shown that increasing access to green areas adds to the overall health of a city.
A study concluded that the 660-acre area bisected by the L.A. River within Lincoln Heights, Cypress Park, and Chinatown neighborhoods is an ideal neighborhood to encourage urban ag