The Los Angeles River runs for over fifty miles through a metropolitan area of more than ten million people. Most of them ignore it. For much of its length it doesn’t seem like a river at all, more a concrete channel hidden behind industrial settings. Slowly though, things are changing as redevelopment reshapes the banks and LA slowly awakens to the rich resource in its midst.
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