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Water LA Works To Capture, Conserve, Reuse

For almost 20 years, Melanie Winter has dedicated her life’s work to revitalizing the Los Angeles River and educating Angelenos about the richness and beauty of LA’s founding water body. She established The River Project in 2001 with the mission of working towards a living Los Angeles River, nourished by a healthy watershed. She played an…

Love Your Pet? Then Like LA Stormwater

We humans had our day on Valentine’s Day. Now it’s our four-legged friends’ turn! Wednesday, February 20 is Love Your Pet Day, a day when treats, pampering and all the attention that your little furry guy or gal can handle are encouraged! In honor of this day when we celebrate everything pets, LA Stormwater is…

Come Celebrate Migrating Gray Whales!

Ready to go whale watching? Ready to learn more about the Pacific Gray Whales that are migrating along Southern California’s coast this time of year? Then the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium’s Whale Fiesta, scheduled from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. this coming Sunday, January 27, 2013 is the place for you! Celebrating its 43rd anniversary, this…

Resolve to Solve With January Events

Happy 2013! Do you have your list of New Year’s resolutions in front of you? What? You haven’t even started it yet? Well, it’s not too late and, now is the perfect time to add a few resolutions that give back to the environment. Resolve to solve the pollution challenges facing LA’s rivers, creeks, lakes…

Gingerbread Houses With A Rainwater Twist

It’s time for some holiday fun – LA Stormwater style!  Last December, LA Stormwater staffer Mo English created a gingerbread house with her grandchildren and included a rainwater twist. Using black licorice for rain gutters and marshmallows for rain barrels, they crafted what we believe to be the world’s first gingerbread house that “harvests rainwater.”…

Thankful For Our Team

Here at LA Stormwater, we are grateful for many things as we enter this season of thanksgiving. We are especially thankful for the many program stakeholders who have partnered with us to make 2012 a productive year for LA Stormwater. Working as a team towards the goal of sustainability for Los Angeles, we achieved these…

CASQA Honors Garvanza Park Stormwater Project

LA Sanitation received the Outstanding Stormwater Best Management Practice (BMP) Implementation Award for its Garvanza Park Stormwater BMP Project from the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) at its eighth annual awards ceremony on November 6. This project, completed in partnership with the non-profit North East Trees, had the  primary goals of reducing the amount of polluted…

Help LA Prepare for Wet Weather

At the beginning of every rainy season, the City of Los Angeles prepares its  equipment, facilities and personnel for the wet weather to come.  For several months now, City crews have been clearing out debris basins, checking equipment and preparing for the winter rains that are on the way.  We encourage you to do the…

Paddle the LA River Interview with LA Stormwater Staff

At the end of September, the 2012 Paddle the LA River Program wrapped up its second year, making history by providing first-time kayaking tours along a 1.5-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River. What began as a pilot program in 2011 to provide a non-motorized boating experience on the Los Angeles River at the Sepulveda…

Humboldt Greenway Project Breaks Ground October 11

Please join City of Los Angeles Councilmember Ed P. Reyes and officials from the Department of Public Works in celebrating the start of construction of the Humboldt River Greenway Project and the 10th Anniversary of the City Council Ad Hoc Committee on the Los Angeles River on Thursday, October 11, 2012. Here are the specifics…

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