26 Apr Mid River Madness
Friends of the Los Angeles River was born in Northeast Los Angeles 30 years ago and the hometown came out like never before for this year’s Great Los Angeles River CleanUp! More than 5,000 volunteers came and pulled an estimated 30-40 tons of trash from Los Feliz to Lincoln Heights.
It’s not over yet – next weekend the CleanUp moves to the Lower River for the final day of the CleanUp. This is your last chance to join the River movement at this year’s CleanUp.
Don’t get left out – sign-up today.
The last weekend is coming up on Sat 4/30! El Niño swept through the watershed washing up months worth of trash into the channel. Join the LA River community, get your hands dirty, and know that your participation will significantly improve the health of our River and its wildlife.
#GreatLARiverCleanUp Photo Contest Week Two Winners!
We’ve got three great winners for week two but you still have one more weekend and three chances to win! Post your CleanUp photos to Twitter or Instagram and tag them #GreatLARiverCleanUp for a chance to win! Click here to check out the winners
LA River Docents get a Taste of the Eastside
This Sunday, May 1st, 4 – 8 pm Taste of the Eastside 2016 is coming to the Los Angeles River Center to showcase the evolving and diverse food scene of the eastside neighborhoods. The LA River Docents will be there to give viewers a – metaphorical – taste of the LA River. Click here to learn more