Historically, human activity has put undue pressure on the steelhead population of Southern California. Are we doing enough to ensure the sustainability of our natural environment?
Do you know where your water comes from? How can we increase awareness for water usage and its consequences to the rest of Los Angeles?
Architectural photographer Lane Barden unveils a Los Angeles River many Angelenos have yet to see -- a river seen from above.
The new ordinances address landscaping, screening and fencing, lighting, and orientation on new developments by the Los Angeles River.
The much needed greenway is located at the confluence of Bell Creek and Calabasas Creek in Canoga Park.
The small café-like rest stop is filled with gleaming white furniture set upon garden stones that conjures up images of barbecues in the backyard.
The study suggests conversion project sites that would create 1,000 acres of new parks and green spaces in park-poor areas, and over 600 million gallons of water.
The ordinances aims to support the Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan with development regulations that would help open the river up to the public.