Carren Jao | KCET
Post date: 2016-10-21T10:54:47-07:00
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.
Post date: 2016-08-22T16:32:53-07:00
In a bid to design a more multimodal Los Angeles, the Mayor’s office has announced the selection of a design team that is tasked to figure out how to complete the Los Angeles River Valley Bike Path from Canoga Park to Griffith Park.
Post date: 2016-08-16T13:05:38-07:00
It’s easy to get caught up in verdant dreams of the L.A. River’s future, but increased open space and recreational opportunities is just one of the many considerations Angelenos should be looking at: water quality should also be one of them.
Post date: 2016-08-03T15:26:01-07:00
The Los Angeles River and its environs are home to a wealth of wildlife, including some majestic birds that thrive along the river banks.