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  • ... Park , an 8.5-acre open space designed to bring the chaparral to the concrete in every way possible. Configure block ...
  • We sometimes think that Nature has fallen back from our advance, a retreat from which there can be no return. ... The suburban street I've walked since I was a child is a concrete path cut from Nature , but from which Nature has never been ...
  • ... an innovative wetlands restoration project. Water from the concrete Arroyo Seco channel is diverted into a series of parallel side ... bridge, you can see water draining from the wetlands back into the concrete channel of the Arroyo. Directly ahead of you is ...
  • ... cover the hillside at White Point Nature Preserve in San Pedro. | Photo: Elson Trinidad But the inland side of the road ... After the school bus whisked the students back to Watts, I explored some more of the preserve, which was no less abuzz ...
  • ... hand of the Tzitzimitl. Apart from wondering what in the world he was doing, what struck me was the invisible. The story lay ... was the exhibit's scariest item. Its face is skeletal, with holes in the skull, as if to insert fake hair of some sort. Its ribs ...
  • ... more than 30 years to assemble a green corridor above the concrete box of the San Gabriel River, so the landscape there has a mixed ... fail. Water will top a concrete wall, and the earthen back of the levee will be eaten away. In thirty minutes, panels of the ...
  • Hike to the world's tallest tree in Redwood National Park with a group of fifth graders from a nearby school; admire fields ablaze ...
  • ... own Toyon , a plant endemic to our Southern California chaparral hillsides and canyons. Though the plant sports its green leaves ... your list of New Year's Resolutions. Better yet, come back in late spring or early summer and see the Toyon's wildflowers in ...
  • ... [scald=23477:kl_image_original_context] Latest News : The Station Fire could be Human Caused . 09/03/09 Daisuke ... of the La Canada fires on his Facebook, and it brought back memories of the Griffith Park fires, and the anxiety I had about it ...
  • ... is a paved layer that we exist upon: A man-made surface of concrete , cement, masonry, and asphalt, intended to cover and conceal the ... exhibit at the L.A. County Natural History Museum in Exposition Park . The brand new permanent exhibit tells the story of ...

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