The Army Corps supports Alternative 13, a comparatively less expensive project that would increase L.A. River habitat by 104 percent.
Nicknamed the ARBOR study, the report is touted to be the start of ambitious changes to the Los Angeles River, which could affect not just the riverbed and banks, but the city itse
We talked to the new councilmember about his plans for the Los Angeles River.
Summer is done, which mean no more kayaking down the Los Angeles River.
A fall workshop will inform conservation efforts that can be done on the Sepulveda Basin, an area that had seen some of its plant life decimated early this year.
How can we design along the Los Angeles River, while still taking into account its flow conditions? A scale model helped USC landscape architecture students take into account a ran
Councilmembers O'Farrell and Cedillo rally support for the most expansive alternative (and expensive) offered by the U.S. Army Corps impending plan for revitalizing the Los Angeles
Is it time for Los Angeles to work on its own set of wildlife-friendly design guidelines?