Carren Jao | KCET
Post date: 2012-07-17T08:05:56-07:00
When talking about the L.A. River, the term "watershed" keeps popping up. What exactly is it?
Post date: 2012-07-10T04:45:30-07:00
On July 21, the Noun Project and L.A. River advocates will host the Iconathon -- a five-hour "hacking" session to design icons that can potentially be used in future L.A. river signage, smartphone apps, and many other applications.
Post date: 2012-07-03T08:10:12-07:00
A recent grant aims to develop a comprehensive report card that can be used to measure progress and success of the different Urban Waters Federal Partnership agencies at the Los Angeles River watershed.
Post date: 2012-06-27T11:15:25-07:00
Is L.A. County responsible for tainted stormwater runoff released into the L.A. River? Let Supreme Court decide.
Post date: 2012-06-25T07:44:16-07:00
New groundwater project in Pacoima will clean 1.5 million gallons of rainwater and put it back into the local water supply system, instead of dumping them into the ocean via the L.A. River.
Post date: 2012-06-19T08:15:12-07:00
The greenway and bike path that stretches from Burbank to Elysian Valley has been declared a valuable National Trail.