Let's Talk River
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On Thursday August 4, starting at The Geffen Contemporary at
MOCA, The LA Urban Rangers lead an activity-filled hike to
America’s most famous forgotten river. Participants
journeyed through the riparian corridor of art, industry,
and infrastructure to explore the past and future of the
L.A. River in Downtown and its place in the megalopolis’
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LA River Rev just got our first donation through
@1percentFTP so awesome!
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The support for our inaugural fundraising event - Let’s
Talk River - this Sunday is overwhelming! Thank you so
much. There’s still time to buy
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What an incredible day for the LA River. Today was the
official launch of the Paddle the LA River program. Bruce
Saito, head of the LA Conservation Corps and board member of
the LA River Revitalization Corporation, led the ceremonial
paddle. He was joined by Colonel Toy of the US Army Corps
of Engineers, and partners from Mountains Recreation and
Conservation Authority, The River Project, Urban Semillas,
LA River Expedition, Friends of the Los Angeles River, and
City Councilmembers tony Cardenas and Ed P. Reyes. Learn
more at Paddle the LA River.
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The Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation (RRC) is a
non-profit corporation charged with promoting responsible
development, redevelopment, and revitalization of properties
along the LA River corridor in accordance with the Los
Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan[[sitetree_link
id=220]]. This includes parks, open space, mixed-use
buildings, retail opportunities, housing, and business
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From October 2005 until its adoption by the LA City Council
in May of 2007, a large team of "riverly" planners,
architects, engineers, governmental agencies and residents,
led by Pasadena-based Tetra Tech, worked to create a 20-year
blueprint for development and management of the Los Angeles
River. Their creation, the Los Angeles River
Revitalization Master Plan, is an important and visionary
document that is being implemented daily.
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These are grand plans for the Los Angeles River, but the
city and county can’t accomplish them alone. They need –
our river needs – your help.
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Over the last decades, the Los Angeles River has benefited
from a significant influx of effort and hundreds of millions
of spending from the City, County, State and Federal
Governments. Dozens of parks have opened, bridges been
restored, bike paths built, storm drains retrofitted, water
treatment plants opened, and amenities added. The list of
Completed Projects here details many of the larger projects
that have been undertaken.
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