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An Interview with Rainwater Harvester Christopher McKinnon

Rain barrels are pretty neat. They connect to downspouts and capture water so that it doesn’t run into the storm drains after a heavy rain, ultimately reducing the pollution that makes it into our waterways. The collected water can then be used for various purposes like watering a garden or plants. The LA Stormwater Program…

March Into Spring With Some Eco-Events!

Spring is upon us and that means it’s time to get into the green spirit and plan a day’s worth of eco-fun! There is plenty to choose from this month, including tree-plantings, beach cleanups and even cool nature walks. Don’t let March pass you by without taking a little time out to enjoy the great…

Hansen Dam Skate Park and Wetlands to Open on March 2

The Department of Recreation and Parks along with the Department of Public Works and Councilmember Alarcon of the Seventh District invite you to the Opening Ceremony of the Hansen Dam Skate Park and Wetlands at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 2, 2012. The ceremony will take place at 11770 Foothill Blvd, Lake View Terrace, CA …

Healing the Bay, and Beyond

Mark Gold was the first hire of Heal the Bay after having volunteered for the young organization since 1986. Twenty-five years later, Mark has stepped down as the organization’s president in order to become an associate director of UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. Now, we would never try to sum up two decades…

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