This one-of-a-kind steelhead, whose innards are comprised of the forgotten flotilla of the city's waterways, is a poignant statement to the future of the environment.
The completed report found that the community was not receptive to high-density projects that would open up the quiet neighborhood to a larger population.
A 2008 study concluded that fish in some parts of the L.A. River were actually healthier and lower in mercury and toxins compared to those found in the ocean. Now, with the help of
Events range from serious sessions geared toward advanced birders, to fun activities for families such as pop-up picnics with photo classes on shooting nature and wildlife.
Due to its proximity to the Metrolink maintenance facility, concerns about air quality have plagued Elysian Valley, Cypress Park, and Glassell Park residents for years.
Revitalization work on the Lower L.A. River near Long Beach has lagged behind the Upper River areas in the Valley and around Downtown.
This year the L.A. River Recreation Zone will be open from May 25 until Octorber, at Sepulveda Basin and Glendale Narrows.
The L.A. River-adjacent property will have 97,807-square feet of upscale shopping and dining -- which has some residents concerned.