Almost 30 years ago as a baby writer in Los Angeles I covered the Playa Vista project, a real estate development that included the restoration of the Ballona Wetlands south of Marina Del Rey. My wife and I used to … Continue reading →
Placer County, California, considers spending millions to restore the dry, Doty Ravine creek bed, decides instead to spend $58,000 re-establishing the creek’s beaver population. Damion Ciotti, a restoration biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service who led the project, … Continue reading →
They’re undertaking wetlands restoration and economic development in Mobile Bay, the Perdido River, and the peninsula in between. A $302 million slate of restoration projects approved Wednesday by the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council includes well over $20 million in … Continue reading →
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Keeping an eye on this: Environmental impacts of restoring Los Cerritos Wetlands have been studied, and that report is ready for certification. This is an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the overall conceptual restoration plan, according to Mark Stanley, Los … Continue reading →