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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...

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...

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...

On the Valley’s West End, a Bridge Project Near a Reseda Creek Seeks Connections to a Bigger Vision for the LA River

For two years, those in the know have enjoyed the somewhat secluded Los Angeles River & Aliso Creek Confluence Park.The park is behind a...

Nothing’s been done to protect 100 miles of Southern California creeks and rivers, group claims in lawsuit against Trump administration

More than nine years after Congress declared 100 miles of waterways in Southern California as wild and scenic, the federal agencies managing those resources...

Can the L.A. River Avoid ‘Green Gentrification’?

Los Angeles is where it is because of the river that runs through it. Tongva people lived along the river, around what is now...

Sneak peek at LA River bike path that would link Canoga Park and Griffith Park

Studio-MLA (formerly Mia Lehrer and Associates), Gruen Associates, and Psomas were tapped last year to help create a 12-mile bike path along the Los Angeles...

Connecting Cypress Park and Elysian Valley

The money is lined up to build a bicycle/pedestrian bridge over the L.A. River between Cypress Park and Elysian Valley. But it’s going to...

Parks are pork, but flood control saves lives. That’s the tension just under the surface of the L.A. River

All politics are local. That’s long-proven dogma. One gleaming example involves the Los Angeles River.The L.A. River is a key negotiation point in legislative...

The Garcetti Decade*: A chance to shape L.A. more broadly than any mayor since Tom Bradley

In 2009, Los Angeles magazine put a picture of Antonio Villaraigosa, newly elected to a second term as mayor, on its cover beneath a...

The head of the crusade to preserve the L.A. River is stepping aside as group’s president

Lewis MacAdams, the poet and flag bearer of the crusade to transform the Los Angeles River into a more natural state, gripped the handles...

Los Angeles needs more parks. Measure A is the smartest way to pay for them we could have asked for

Los Angeles has the well-deserved reputation as one the worst metropolitan regions in the country when it comes to parks and public space. L.A....

Can We Ever Bring Native Fish Back to the L.A. River?

On a recent Wednesday afternoon, Wendy Katagi—watershed planner by day, inspirational songwriter by night—got up in front of a standing-room-only crowd at the Los...

Frogtown: A wonderfully weird creative hub blossoms along the L.A. River

Turn onto the wrong street from Riverside Drive and you might never find it. You'll hit the 2 or the 5 freeway, or maybe...

What Huckleberry Finn might say about immigration and the LA River

"The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," first published in the United States in 1885 and considered one of the greatest works of American literature, tells...

Harvard-Westlake buying 16 acres of LA river-adjacent land in Studio City

Elite Los Angeles private school Harvard-Westlake announced Monday that it had reached an agreement to purchase Weddington Golf and Tennis, an LA River-adjacent sports...

Unique Yards Reflect the Changing Face of the L.A. River

This article is a part of KCET and Link TV's “Summer of the Environment,” which offers a robust library of content on multiple platforms...

Beat The Heat

1. Crossing Sundial BridgeSantiago Calatrava’s Sundial Bridge, completed in 2004, is one of Redding’s leading landmarks, with the Sacramento River rushing beneath it and...

The Garcetti Decade

In 2009, Los Angeles magazine put a picture of Antonio Villaraigosa, newly elected to a second term as mayor, on its cover beneath a...

LA River to get $200,000 makeover, thanks to new award

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Thursday announced a $200,000 award for the Trust for Public Land to create a redevelopment strategy for the Los...