Los Angeles – A proposed project set for downtown Los Angeles will double as a way to irrigate a park near Chinatown and an artistic statement linking the city to its LA River history. [Read more…] about Water Wheel to Pay Tribute to Los Angeles’ Past, Nurture Its Present
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Who says the Los Angeles River is not a real waterway? Often the butt of jokes by Angelinos, advocates of a pilot project that is enabling kayaks and canoes to paddle a section of the river have a very different view, according to the New York Times.
What the Army Corps of Engineers once categorized as “not even a river,” the Environmental Protection Agency later ruled otherwise, declaring the 51-mile river navigable in parts, according to the article. The Army Corps recently gave a permit to the Los Angeles Conservation Corps to lead tours of a limited number of kayakers and canoers on a one and a half mile portion of the river over several weekends, the Times reported. [Read more…] about LA River Just Keeps Rolling Along