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 range of water flows on the L.A. River; results of the research can now be seen at the City Hall's Bridge Gallery on the third floor.
What will be the role of the reservoir after it is decommissioned in 2015? Environmentalists envision a multi-benefit project that would preserve it while also adding to the health of the Los Angeles River.
How do you want your L.A. River to be? Be a part of the river's future with the Northeast L.A. Riverfront Collaborative.
Visit mylariver.org for more information.
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