Cal Poly Pomona students in Professor Lehrman’s Landscape Architecture class recently put together videos describing some of the issues we face in the San Fernando Valley,possibilities for the future,and interviewed our staff. All three projects propose community gardens and improvements to public spaces –which we are currently working on!
The River that . . . →Read More:Cal Poly Pomona Student Films on the San Fernando Valley
New plants for the pathway
Over 108 residents,students,and community members came out to the Pacoima Wash on April 30th to participate in the Mayor’s Day of Service. The focus of this year’s day of service was the Los Angeles River Watershed,with projects focused on improving the river and its tributaries happening . . . →Read More:Mayor’s Day of Service a Success!
We here at PB have long been working on revitalizing the Pacoima Wash (a tributary of the LA River),making it into an open space resource for our community and environment. As such,we were delighted to see this great article in the LA Times,following river advocates on a kayak ride of the LA . . . →Read More:A Navigable LA River!