The River gets its green back.


Above: Late January, after the rains, from the Sunnynook footbridge in the Atwater Village/Glendale Narrows area of the River, which is a section of the river system that has a soil (rather than concrete) bottom.


Above: Late yesterday afternoon (Sat., March 15).

Since the late ’90s, when Lewis Macadams and Friends of the L.A. River got authorities to halt the DWP’s annual bulldozing of the River bed, this area of the River has spontaneously developed into beautiful, life-filled wilderness. Many species of birds and fish are present–as are trees, reeds and medicinal plants growing from the sandbar islands pictured here.

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