Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Arroyo Seco Foundation’


Arroyo Champions

Arroyo Champions
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The Council of Arroyo Seco Organizations presents the 2014 Arroyo Verde Awards honoring “outstanding dedication” to “protecting and improving the Arroyo Seco during the past year.” On December 16th, a holiday party will be held and awards awarded at L.A. County Fire Camp 2, Hahamongna Watershed Park. A lifetime achievement award will be given to […]

The Trucks Are Coming

The Trucks Are Coming

As many as 400,000 double-bed, diesel belching monsters, clogging streets, creating noise, dust, pollution, destroying precious habitat and severely impacting recreational opportunities and our neighborhoods. Is this any way to manage a river? Do you feel this way? The sentiment above is from the Arroyo Seco Foundation‘s Save Hahamongna campaign. They announced that the L.A. County […]

The Devil’s in the Details

The Devil’s in the Details

Altadena Heritage will hold a public forum to help demystify issues and answer questions about water supply, water quality, and compliance with federal Clean Water Act. The meeting will be held September 23rd at Altadena Community Center. The panelists include important water people: Chris Stone, L.A. County’s Water Resource Manager and another county roads person; […]

Looking For Acorns

Looking For Acorns

The Arroyo Seco Foundation Watershed program coordinator is sending out a call for acorns. He’s asking for residents to put in their refrigerator any acorns from a fruitful oak tree—especially those that are on a leaf-bearing twig—then send him an email at jonathan(at)arroyoseco.org or call 323.405.7326. They will arrange a pick up and then will nurse and […]

Clean ‘er Up!

Clean ‘er Up!

Remember what weekends were all about when we were kids? “Go clean your room!” Well, now that we’re the grownups, it’s time to clean up a different kind of “room”—a part of our valued domain, the Central Arroyo Seco. This Sunday, Arroyo Seco Foundation volunteers are cleaning up a stretch of this popular natural space, […]

The Devil’s Hike

The Devil’s Hike

Well, not the devil’s hike, but a hike to the Devil’s Gate, which is not a supernatural portal of any kind but rather a dam, which, as far as we know, is not (wait for it) damned (our sincere apologies). You’re all of course familiar with the Devil’s Gate Dam, which is visible from the […]

Hahamongna Blog Day 2010

Hahamongna Blog Day 2010

The fate of the Hahamongna Watershed Park Annex is once again on the agenda of the Pasadena City Council. This Monday, July 12th, they will likely decide once and for all whether or not to build soccer fields on park grounds. This has been a contentious issue for some time. Pasadena doesn’t have an awful […]

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