On October 1, we held our most successful Urban Garden Party Fundraiser yet! We gathered with our supporters to celebrate the Los Angeles River and the leadership that’s paved the way. We cannot thank our sponsors and attendees enough for helping us exceed our goal and have a heck of a good time! The funds raised will enable us to continue our work on the Los Angeles River! There are lots of amazing photos from the evening, but we’d like to highlight just a few below. Enjoy!
This Urban Garden Party event was our most successful yet!
Whew! What a month it’s been already! This past weekend, we gathered with supporters to celebrate the LA River and honor the leadership that’s paved the way for a better river for all. We cannot thank our attendees and supporters enough! We’re delighted to share we had our most successful fundraiser yet. The event was so much fun and we are so grateful for all the sponsors and attendees.
This month’s roundup includes news from all 51 miles of our great river including our piece on the recent LA River water advisory, a report on water recycling, and an update on G2. Give it a read and let us know if we missed anything in the news. Have feedback or suggestions? Send ‘em this way!
The 2017 Urban Garden Party This past weekend, we celebrated with our supporters and honored the leadership around the Los Angeles River! We’re already looking forward to next year. River LA
Bacteria Levels and a Petition for Healthy River Heal the Bay issued a water advisory for the Los Angeles River. Learn about this, and what this means for our river. River LA
In just a few weeks, we’ll host our 7th Annual Urban Garden Party fundraiser. Just as our work, this event has progressed over the last seven years, from a small festival to our most important annual fundraiser. This year, we look to celebrate the wholeness of the LA River with our event theme River Beautiful + River Real. (Our take on the City Beautiful movement!)
We’re pretty excited and do hope you decide to join us. This fundraiser is our main event to build energy and resources for the work we do. Today, we want to share highlights of the event. If you’re ready to join us, RSVP here.
Last week, Heal the Bay issued a water advisory, urging the public to avoid exposure to the waters of the Los Angeles River because of the bacterial pollution levels found in the water. While these levels had decreased minimally by Sunday, September 10th, they still recommend avoiding the water.
😬 Not the best, clearly.
But there’s actually a lot to learn from this moment. In this post, we’ll dive into everything you need to know about what these water levels mean for you and your family. Read on to learn more, and sign our petition to stand with a healthy river for all of Southern California.
Heal the Bay is a nonprofit dedicated to making the coastal waters and watersheds of Greater Los Angeles safe, healthy, and clean. As part of their work, their scientists collect water quality samples every week at four spots along the LA River. They began doing this in 2015 and the results from the samples taken on Sept 6th in Sepulveda Basin were the most alarming yet.
With summer winding down and the school year gearing up, there has been a flurry of activities along the river! This month's roundup includes news from up and down all 51 miles of our great river. Give it a read and let us know if we missed anything in the news.
Homelessness and the LA River We consider the future wholeness of the Los Angeles River by digging into a variety of its issues in the societal, infrastructural, and political realms. This first segment is about homelessness along the LA River. River LA
RSVP for Our Annual Urban Garden Party Check out ticket and sponsorship information for our upcoming event. River LA
Free Download || Map of the LA River Download our map full of bike paths, community programming, and access points near you. River LA
Become a Bedrock Donor Peek inside River LA with our fun video about our most important supporters! River LA
Nathan Cooke, Runner of the LA River's 51 Miles Meet Nathan, a designer with a passion for environmental stewardship, and a love for running. River LA