Join fellow river-lovers for the annual clean-up and day of
service. Get the details in our bog, River
Read more about "LA River clean-up"...
We are publishing a quarterly newsletter called Current
Affairs. It is a good way to stay up with the news of the
LA River Revitalization Corporation and others involved in
the restoration and development of the river.
Read more about "Newsletters"...
The following six distintive fish can be found in the LA
Read more about "the fish"...
Read more about "LA River gets a lot of love"...
As the region's population swells and water reclaimation
technologies become ever more sophisticated, the need to
conserve is being met with surprising new methods of
recycling. Case in point -- the L.A. Department of Water and
Power's year-long study into whether recycled sewage can,
through 21st century treatment methods, be turned into
Read more about "Can LA's waste water be recycled?"...
After years of delays, construction is finally set to start
next week on a pathway along the Glendale portion of the Los
Angeles River. the LA Times
Read more about "LA River in the news"...
Billed as the largest LA River event ever, the Friends of
the LA River are holding their 22nd (!) annual clean-up of
the river than runs through our fair city. Details of how to
register and where to go are here, on FoLar's web
Read more about "LA River clean-up this Saturday"...
Read more about "LA River clean-up on Saturday a success"...
WIth titles like "Float On", "Concrete Veins" and "To the
River", local LA river fans penned odes to the city's
waterway. Check out the entries -- and the multiple winners
-- on the Songs of the LA River
Read more about "LA River song winners named"...
Ready to get to know the LA River a bit better? Then sign up
for the 11th annual Los Angeles River Bike
taking place on Sunday, June 5. From the web site:
Read more about "LA River Bike Ride on June 5"...