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L.A.'s Historic 'Mother Ditch' Discovered in Chinatown

A lifeline for early Los Angeles, the Zanja Madre carried precious water from the Los Angeles River right into the blossoming pueblo that would one day grow into the busy metropolis we know as Los Angeles.

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L.A. River Bike Path Adds Another Stretch in San Fernando Valley

L.A. River Bike Path Adds Another Stretch in San Fernando Valley

The $6.5-million project brings a new segment of the bike path and a 1/4-acre mini park along the L.A. River in the San Fernando Valley.
Quench Your Thirst with Water-Related Events This Weekend

Quench Your Thirst with Water-Related Events This Weekend

There must be something in the -- ahem -- water, because there are several H2O-related events marked for this weekend.
North Atwater Bridge Across L.A. River Gets Council Approval

North Atwater Bridge Across L.A. River Gets Council Approval

The $6 million suspension bridge would connect cyclists and equestrians in Atwater Village to an existing segment of the Los Angeles River Bikeway on the west bank.
Gamechanging L.A. River Study Released, $442 Million Plan Recommended

Gamechanging L.A. River Study Released, $442 Million Plan Recommended

The Army Corps supports Alternative 13, a comparatively less expensive project that would increase L.A. River habitat by 104 percent.
An Introduction to the L.A. River Ecosystem Feasibility Study [Updated]

An Introduction to the L.A. River Ecosystem Feasibility Study [Updated]

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 ...
Talking L.A. River with Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell

Talking L.A. River with Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell

We talked to the new councilmember about his plans for the Los Angeles River.
L.A. River Recreational Zone Closes For the Season

L.A. River Recreational Zone Closes For the Season

Summer is done, which mean no more kayaking down the Los Angeles River.
Bringing Back the Sepulveda Basin

Bringing Back the Sepulveda Basin

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.
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