Carren Jao | KCET
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Station 9 is one of the nation’s busiest stations. But a blaze isn’t breaking out on every corner of the station’s 0.75-square mile territory, in fact, hardly at all. Station 9 serves Skid Row, a 54-block area of L.A. that somehow got left behind.
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A lot can change in two decades, especially when it comes to the fate of the L.A. River. In a Board meeting held October 18, county supervisors approved a motion that calls for the creation of a committee that would revamp the current County Master Plan.
Post date: 2016-09-06T13:43:28-07:00
For Senior Ecologist Ellen Mackey, the word “riparian” doesn’t just mean a bunch of green space beside the river, it is a beautiful mosaic of plant and animal life that contributes to life on the river.
Post date: 2016-08-29T15:55:03-07:00
For good or ill, the concrete on the L.A. River has become a fixture on Los Angeles life. The challenge is how to manage the river’s green future while being sensitive to the urban environment and wildlife that has grown up around it.