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Ballona Lower Wetlands has levees. This presentation provides how and why they work for us.
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Our web site adds pages to document many ways of capturing storm water, both private and public. Grassroots Coalition has been showcasing public sewer and storm water cleaning since 2005, when a Japanese Designer presented on her grand success with the first public park sewer plain earth filtering. This method is making headway here in the USA with a New York City first, called Sponge park. Details at the URL below.
We have preserved a snapshot of the LA Times article on this page, for historical purposes, in a slightly modified image format. The modifications were to crop the image to just the article itself, with preserving credit information of the LA Times. The image file size is 350 kilobytes with these modifications, instead of 5 times more, which we felt would be a burden for viewers' bandwidth, as well as our own. The full article at LATimes.com can be seen at this URL (as of December 13, 2015 - LATimes.com may change this URL at any time without notification,
The US EPA's Report on the Environment (ROE) provides a good overview of the importance of wetlands. The EPA has spent tax payers' dollars to create this web section, as the found out it's a scientific fact that wetlands are critical to our planet's health.
Won't the Fresh Water Marsh and Vernal Pool on Parcel 9U be polluted if the developer pipes in polluted sea water from Basin B as proposed.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/National Wildlife Refuge System/Habitat
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Request Hearing US Army Corps of Engineers about 8 story Boat Central