Carren Jao | KCET
Post date: 2013-03-29T08:00:26-07:00
Neighbors see the encroaching coyote population as a consequence of the growing movement to naturalize the Los Angeles River.
Post date: 2013-03-27T06:30:46-07:00
The 0.4-acre curved park lies on the east bank of the Los Angeles River just off the Colorado exit below the 5 freeway.
Post date: 2013-03-21T05:30:21-07:00
Post date: 2013-03-18T09:00:09-07:00
Representing more than 40,000 hours of work in Malibu Creek, a new report finds that the watershed hasn't escaped the effects of environmental degradation.
Post date: 2013-03-14T08:30:21-07:00
Riffing off of the 1950s tradition of drive-ins, Angelenos will have the chance to tune-up their bikes, make use of the bike path by the river, and take in a free movie at the end.
Post date: 2013-03-13T09:01:47-07:00
A recurring theme was getting pivotal people on board so water-related projects and its benefits could be realized.