November River Roundup

Happy November, folks! We had so much fun in October, though our heart rate is just starting to calm down from the World Series.

As we begin this month of gratitude, we’re excited to share our 2017 Impact Report. Check it out to see some of our best work from the year, and know that this work is possible because of supporters like you.

Read something we missed? Let us know! 


Thanks to You || 2017 Impact Report River LA

LA River and Climate Change: The Infrastructure Risk and Needs River LA

Photo Highlights from Urban Garden Party River LA


LA County moves to add toilets, shower facilities near homeless encampments Daily Breeze

Pasadena vs. L.A. in a fight for purple-pipe water San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Bill would add Griffith Park and the LA River to National Park System Curbed

The plan to close the LA River when it gets too polluted Southern California Public Radio


Artist Creates Murals to Help Connect Communities NBC Los Angeles

Revitalizing the Lower L.A. River: Voices from Maywood – Overcoming Barriers to Community Participation The City Project

Legacy projects take shape honoring Lewis MacAdams, poet and crusader for transforming Los Angeles River LA Times

Fast Facts: Boating on the Los Angeles River The Log 


New LA River plan would leverage public land to increase housing, green space Southern California Public Radio

Inflatable dams and a water wheel: Latest plan to revitalize the L.A. River LA Times

Metro Arts District rail yard could be upgraded, taking out a few buildings Curbed

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


Twin Tunnels key to keeping LA humming at others’ expense Manteca Bulletin

Long Beach to talk ban on foam takeout containers at all city restaurants Press Telegram

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