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L.A. River Watershed Study Identifies Where Stormwater Projects Can Make Most Difference

L.A. River Watershed Study Identifies Where Stormwater Projects Can Make Most Difference

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.
'Walk a Mile in My Shoes': Public Art Park Celebrates the Civil Rights Revolution

'Walk a Mile in My Shoes': Public Art Park Celebrates the Civil Rights Revolution

Located near Baldwin Hills, the public art park commemorates the Civil Rights Movement by honoring local and national heroes, through art and green space that transform two traffic ...
Laguna Beach and the Urban Wilderness

Laguna Beach and the Urban Wilderness

L.A. Letters spotlights Laguna Beach with a focus on the Laguna Greenbelt and the area's cultural history.
North Valleyheart Riverwalk Greens the Way in Studio City

North Valleyheart Riverwalk Greens the Way in Studio City

This Saturday at 11 a.m., the gates will officially open for the North Valleyheart Riverwalk Project, a $3.5 million project that rehabilitates the river trail from Studio City to ...
Will the Trickle Become the L.A. River? And for Whom?

Will the Trickle Become the L.A. River? And for Whom?

Writer, activist, and former California State Senator Tom Hayden reflects on what the recent developments in L.A. River revitalization could mean for the city.
Proposed Park Bond Will Help Pay for L.A. River Revitalization

Proposed Park Bond Will Help Pay for L.A. River Revitalization

The proposed park bond would help the city and state fulfill its end of the recently announced L.A. River revitalization plan: 50 percent of its $1 billion price tag.