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Mark Gold: California’s New Deputy Sec. For Oceans And Coastal Policy And Dir. of The Ocean Protection Council | The Planning Report

Mark Gold: California’s New Deputy Sec. For Oceans And Coastal Policy And Dir. of The Ocean Protection Council Source: | The Planning Report

L.A. River planners float three design proposals for a major new park – Los Angeles Times

Here's a look at the preliminary plans for Taylor Yard, the former rail yard where the city of L.A. is starting its makeover of...

The new LA River – Curbed Los Angeles

. Source: The new LA River

Fly fishing for ‘sewer salmon’ in the L.A. River – Los Angeles Times

Learning to fish the Los Angeles River with a former pro skateboarder, Lauren Mollica, and fish whisperer Lino Jubilado. Then preparing the catch with...

MWD’s New Chair, Gloria Gray, Prioritizes Reliability of Supply & Affordability | The Planning Report

Source: MWD’s New Chair, Gloria Gray, Prioritizes Reliability of Supply & Affordability | The Planning Report

The Getty picks a theme for Pacific Standard Time 2024: art and science – Los Angeles Times

Previous PST series have explored art in L.A. and Latin America. For 2024, the Getty is turning its focus to the intersection of art...

That little section of the L.A. River you inherited might actually be worth something – Los Angeles Times

Source: That little section of the L.A. River you inherited might actually be worth something - Los Angeles Times

College students make musical instruments from trash in the L.A. River – Los Angeles Times

Students have spent months visiting the concrete flood control channel known as the L.A. River to gather trash, invasive reeds and rocks — all...

Jack Baylis on Maximizing Southern California’s Water Infrastructure in a Changing Climate | The Planning Report

The Planning Report is the insider's guide to urban planning and infrastructure in Southern California Source: Jack Baylis on Maximizing Southern California’s Water Infrastructure in...

County wants authority over L.A. River flood-control channels owned by U.S. government – Los Angeles Times

The move was spurred by concerns that the Army Corps of Engineers’ World War II-era channels, including a lush soft-bottom stretch of the Los...

Explore the Los Angeles River

There are so many ways to experience the Los Angeles River! There are walking and bicycling paths, pocket parks, seasonal boating and...

LA Metro Selects Jacobs, Alta Team to Deliver the Los Angeles River Bike Path Gap Closure Project

DALLAS, July 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE : JEC ), in partnership with Alta Planning + Design (Alta), has been selected by the Los Angeles...

When California needs to flush its stormwater out to sea — and when it doesn’t

As the March rains loosen more Southern California mud and fill more Northern California reservoirs, the state still flirts with drought and we still...

4 Ways to Explore the L.A. River on Foot

This piece originally appeared as part of the 20 Great Walks guide in the February 2018 issue of Los Angeles magazine.When people talk about the...

Three new pedestrian-friendly bridges to cross L.A. River

The list of potential pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly bridges coming to a stretch of the Los Angeles River in northeast Los Angeles continues to grow with the...

From sea to shining sea: six projects restoring the U.S.’s ecosystems

As the threat of climate change and sea level rise becomes more pressing, projects looking to save our country’s ecosystems have never been more important....

A Data-Driven Approach to Revitalizing the L.A. River

To most, the Los Angeles River doesn’t look like much. For the majority of its 51 miles, it winds through the metropolitan area in...

$4-million settlement will fund stormwater projects and a ‘green street’ for Watts

A South Los Angeles street will get an environmentally friendly face-lift, and new rain gardens and cisterns soon will appear at homes across Los...

More homes are added to the L.A. River flood risk zone, and that means new insurance bills for property owners

Federal officials have expanded their estimate of the number of homes and businesses along the Los Angeles River that could be inundated by a...

Summer Art Talks Highlight the L.A. River’s Potential as Creative Canvas & Public Space

L.A. has a weird layout.There’s the massive sprawl of neighborhoods, with random pockets of skyscrapers and high-rises alongside nature and open spaces. There’s a...

So, When Is it OK to Float Down the L.A. River?

Since yesterday afternoon, 1.4 million people have watched ABC 7’s live aerial footage of three dudes floating down the L.A. River in an enormous inflatable flamingo...

Best of 2017 For River L.A.

Today, we’re looking back on what 2017 meant for the Los Angeles River. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite moments, and would love...

More local water for Los Angeles could mean a drier Los Angeles River

Local leaders are working to make greater Los Angeles more reliant on local water in order to prepare for a hotter and more crowded...

Researchers create report with suggestions for LA River revitalization

People can kayak and fish until Labor Day in the Los Angeles River – an area that was deemed too polluted for public use...