Landscape Architecture Magazine Reports on the L.A. River

A River to Live By

Los Angeles’s aging river infrastructure is a product of another era—a time when transporting as much water as possible from the Sacramento River Delta to Los Angeles and sending every drop of water that falls within the Los Angeles Basin to the Pacific Ocean were considered good ideas. Visionary models are critical to solving the persistent and urgent problems of water quality and supply, the equitable distribution of open space, and the need for alternative forms of transportation. The revitalization of L.A.’s river is happening.

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