A guide to turn the L.A. River green

September 9, 2016
At Marsh Park in the Elysian Valley, amenities in the park and along the bike path that parallels the Los Angeles River invite users to play or relax.
At Marsh Park in the Elysian Valley, amenities in the park and along the bike path that parallels the Los Angeles River invite users to play or relax.
Andrew Pasillas

 

On Saturday, September 10, the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation and the Friends of the Los Angeles River unveiled the L.A. River Greenway Guide, a celebration of successful efforts to revitalize the L.A. River and a resource for communities seeking to emulate these projects. According to J.R. DeShazo, director of the Luskin Center for Innovation, the guide will facilitate further improvements to the river greenway by allowing communities to learn from the successes and failures of previous improvement projects.

Read more at UCLA Newsroom

Additional coverage on the L.A. River Greenway Guide:

Want to create a park by the LA River? There’s a guide for that KPCC, 11 Sep, 2016