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Post date: 2012-12-19T02:30:14-08:00
A 1909 illustration reveals grand plans for the L.A. River.
Post date: 2012-12-17T04:30:13-08:00
Would you pay over 1,000 times more for something you could get for free? That's exactly what happens approximately 85 million times every day with bottled water.
Phase One of Glendale Narrows Riverwalk Opens, Bringing Recreational Opportunities to the L.A. RiverPost date: 2012-12-12T08:45:51-08:00
What used to be a seedy, insecure lot has now been transformed into a half-mile of recreational area on the north bank of the Los Angeles river.
Post date: 2012-12-05T02:30:34-08:00
New bridge will connect Griffith Park and Atwater Village with pedestrian, equestrian, and bike paths.
Post date: 2012-12-03T05:57:59-08:00
Homeowners could save up to 50,000 gallons a year with a greywater system.
Post date: 2012-11-29T08:30:50-08:00
Each time it rains in L.A., a toxic soup of pollutants routinely make its way from the city's roadways and rooftops down to our waterways and oceans. A new measure may offer a partial solution.