Efforts to Restore the Los Angeles River Collide With a Gentrifying City.

Three centuries ago, the Los Angeles River was a rich riparian ecosystem—a burbling channel meandering along the base of the Santa Monica Mountains and through miles of wetlands and marshes. Cottonwoods and oaks dotted its banks. Grizzly bears hunted for steelhead along its shores.


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