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Join LA Nature for All for a walk adjacent to the Los Angeles River and learn about the relationship between birds, bats, our ecosystem, and humans living in Los Angeles. Discover the simple practices you can implement to support a healthy and thriving ecosystem, as well as how these critters make our lives more enjoyable
This program is funded through a generous grant from the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy in partnership with @watershedconservationauthority.Jun 30 · By · Share
For fire safety precautions, Azusa River Wilderness Park (at 100 N. Old San Gabriel Canyon Rd.) will be closed to the public from Sunday, July 2nd through Tuesday, July 4th 2023. We will reopen to the public on Wednesday, July 5th. Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July weekend!Mar 03 · By · Share
Watershed Conservation Authority held a series of eight workshops in the foothills overlooking Azusa from November 2022 to January 2023. The suggestions and feedback of community members collected over the course these events are being synthesized into recommendations for building a community centered stewardship and access program for WCA's Azusa Foothills Open Space lands. Click here for video excerpts from the workshops.
This series of workshops is part of the development of a stewardship plan for Azusa Foothills Lands funded by a Rivers and Mountains Conservancy grant for acquisition of land for public benefit in the Azusa foothills. Thank you to all our workshop leaders, and to Azusa Beautiful.
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