The presentation slide show on Ballona Wetlands Preservation and Restoration made to the California Coastal Commission at the June 2013 hearing. See the wide variety of animals currently living in the Ballona Wetlands.
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Ballona Wetlands - Activists want Public Participation in the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve Restoration as promised in the Bond Dollar Agreements
Animal Welfare with the Ballona Watershed is important to us all.
Congresswoman Jane Harman has been a supporter of the Ballona Bike Path and the Santa Monica Bay. At her invitation activists and elected officials were invited to her Ballona Bike Tour. We apologize to those we did not caption.
Ballona Watershed Historical Photos 1923-1952
In October 2006, Jessica Hall, Ballona Watershed Coordinator, did a bus tour of Ballona Watershed.
Earthrise, The Blue Marble, Pale Blue Dot, was taken December 24, 1968 by Apollo 8 astronauts circling the moon, the first men to do so.
From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthrise on December 27, 2015:
In 1954 U.S. Congress Document 389 created Marina del Rey from 950 acres of Ballona Wetlands. To compensate for the loss of marshlands (bird habitat) they promised:
Los Angeles City's Jessica Hall's Ballona Watershed PowerPoint Presentation converted to a web slide show.
Ballona Lower Wetlands in 1952. Notice Lincoln Blvd is a levee road surrounded on both sites by water.
When a developer uses the word "restoration" do you think they mean the wetlands state before Marina Del Rey Harbor was built in 1954? Or does the developer mean bulldoze current animal homes, and replant a careful, artful designed and manicured modern native plant selection, and hope the animals come back? Suitable as a tourist attraction and for hotel guests to gaze upon from their hi-rise rental rooms?