Is the latest L.A. River-adjacent development, with live-work units, affordable housing, and retail, a right fit for the neighborhood?
Every year 300 to 600 acres of vegetation is cleared away from soft-bottom waterways around L.A. County. Does this have an effect on the natural habitat?
Even after more than two decades of regulation, urban runoff continues to be the largest source of pollution to Southern California's waters.
Sometimes an okay cup of coffee on the river with friends is better than a great cup of coffee in your cubicle at work.
Conservationists say that the plan is a temporary solution that has 425 double dump trucks a day running through the project area, giving off noxious fumes, noise, and adding to tr
Do we have enough native plants and seeds for the upcoming L.A. River restoration projects?
Communities in the northeast have their eyes trained on a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project that aims to restore the Arroyo Seco.
A large housing development in Sunland-Tujunga, near the only major undeveloped tributary of the Los Angeles River, is a cause of concern for nearby residents.