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Great Blue Heron Rescued from the L.A. River

Great Blue Heron Rescued from the L.A. River

Unfortunately, fishing-line related injuries is a very common occurrence among birds.
L.A. Eco Village: 20 Years as a Model of Sustainable Living

L.A. Eco Village: 20 Years as a Model of Sustainable Living

Born in 1993, the Los Angeles Eco Village has embodied what cooperative living can be when a collective of people commit to ideals of community and sustainable urban space.
Climate Change is Happening: Will L.A. Have Enough Water?

Climate Change is Happening: Will L.A. Have Enough Water?

More than just disappearing polar ice caps, climate change has far-reaching consequences, such as increased rates of allergies, diseases, and even death.
Eldoradoville: The Forgotten Boom Town of the San Gabriels

Eldoradoville: The Forgotten Boom Town of the San Gabriels

In 1860, this boom town was thriving along the San Gabriel Rivers East Fork, boasting general stores, black smith shops, and more than a few saloons.
Century of Destruction: Environmental Devastation of the San Gabriel Mountains

Century of Destruction: Environmental Devastation of the San Gabriel Mountains

The nineteenth century was a brutal era of exploitation of the San Gabriels.
Weighing In on L.A. River ARBOR Study [Final Installment]; Last Week for Public Comment

Weighing In on L.A. River ARBOR Study [Final Installment]; Last Week for Public Comment

The public comment period for the study closes next Monday, November 18. As we ponder what else our ecosystem in Los Angeles needs, we asked a few people to help close our series.