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Tuesday, November 10 • 9:30am - 10:30am
The Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation

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Session Title: Building the Opportunity of the Los Angeles River

An inspiring look inside a long term project that has gained incredible momentum and support in a relatively short time period, with huge implications for place based design, community building, and quality of life in the Los Angeles area. Learn about the force behind the Greenway 2020 campaign, which aims to create a continuous 51 mile green corridor along the Los Angeles River and the La Kretz Crossing, providing $9M to fund the construction of a multi-modal bridge to support pedestrian, equestrian and cyclist activity along the LA’s most famous waterway. This is real life as a parable with large implications and inspiration for any community large or small.

Special Message to Attendees from Host Company:

This session takes place at the Sixth Street Viaduct on the LA River. It is an outdoor session. Meet on Santa Fe St & Sixth Street, under the Sixth Street Bridge.

Presenters
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Eli A. Kaufman

Director of Communications, The Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation

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The Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation

The L.A. River Corp is a nonprofit whose mission is to ensure the 51-mile Los Angeles River integrates design and infrastructure to bring people and nature together. We champion river-oriented policy and sustainable public spaces, while creating innovative models for community benefit and participation. | We work to improve the quality of life for Angelenos in four key areas: | 1) Create social and economic value along the L.A. River | 2... Read More →


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