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Glendale Narrows Recreational Zone Clears Army Corps Hurdle

Glendale Narrows Recreational Zone Clears Army Corps Hurdle

The Glendale Narrows section of the L.A. River will be open for recreation this summer.
L.A. River 'Crown Jewel' Parcel Purchase Zeroed Out in Favor of Albion Project

L.A. River 'Crown Jewel' Parcel Purchase Zeroed Out in Favor of Albion Project

The dreams of creating a 100-acre green open space that truly connects to the Los Angeles River seem to be dying of a long, lingering disease.
Johnny Carson Park Upgrade Includes Plans to Restore Natural Streambed

Johnny Carson Park Upgrade Includes Plans to Restore Natural Streambed

All Burbank needs is just a little more funding to proceed with the renovation.
Development Endangers L.A. River-Adjacent Open Space in Studio City

Development Endangers L.A. River-Adjacent Open Space in Studio City

Profit motives may hamper the efforts to save the last open remaining unprotected open space along the L.A. River within the San Fernando Valley.
Bugs, Coyotes, and Lions on the L.A. River: Fact or Fiction?

Bugs, Coyotes, and Lions on the L.A. River: Fact or Fiction?

In this review we go over a list of L.A. River sightings and events, and ask you to be the judge, critically assessing whether this river happening is fact or fiction.
Petition Asks Councilman Reyes to Move Forward with Confluence Park Development

Petition Asks Councilman Reyes to Move Forward with Confluence Park Development

It may not look like much now, but the Arroyo Seco Confluence could potentially be a crown jewel in the restoration of the Los Angeles River.
Study Proposes L.A. River-Arroyo Seco Confluence as an Urban Riverfront Landscape

Study Proposes L.A. River-Arroyo Seco Confluence as an Urban Riverfront Landscape

A proposal by an architecture student gives an idea of how the are can become a gem for the whole Los Angeles river system.
Coyotes Spotted on Los Angeles River Island in Atwater Village

Coyotes Spotted on Los Angeles River Island in Atwater Village

Neighbors see the encroaching coyote population as a consequence of the growing movement to naturalize the Los Angeles River.