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The River Project

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A California native garden with berms and swales.
HANDPICKED
IN
2019

Watershed Education in Action

By Mara Schoner


PHONE NUMBER(818) 980-9660
ADDRESS12215 Ventura Blvd Ste 111, Studio City, CA 91604
EMAILinfo@theriverproject.org
WEBSITEhttps://www.theriverproject.org/
SERVICES PROVIDEDEnvironment, Nonprofit, Greywater & Rainwater Systems, California Natives, Irrigation, Drip Irrigation, Water Conservation Systems, Landscape Design, Berms & Swales, Biodynamic, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Eco-Friendly, Native Gardens, Native Plants, Sustainable, Turf Removal, Xeriscaping
MISSION STATEMENTThe River Project is dedicated to planning and action to protect, reclaim and restore vital ecosystems in Los Angeles County. Our mission is to realize a regenerative, equitable, just and climate-resilient Los Angeles through radical curiosity, evidence-based watershed planning and positive action.
SERVICE AREAS Central
Atwater Village • Baldwin Hills • Bel Air • Beverly Grove • Beverly Hills • Boyle Heights • Century City • Cheviot Hills • Chinatown • Commerce • Culver City • Dockweiler • Dodgertown • Downtown • East Hollywood • East Los Angeles • Echo Park • Edendale • Fairfax • Firestone Park • Gramercy Park • Griffith Park • Hancock Park • Hollywood • Hollywood Hills • Hyde Park • Inglewood • Jefferson Park • Koreatown • Ladera Heights • Larchmont Village • Leimert Park • Los Angeles • Los Feliz • Macarthur Park • Mid-Wilshire • Miracle Mile • Mount Olympus • Oakwood • Outpost Estates • Palms • Park Mesa Heights • Pico Heights • Pico-Robertson • Pico-Union • Rancho Park • Rimpau • Silver Lake • University Park • Vermont • Vermont Square • Vernon • View Park • Watts • West Adams • West Hollywood • Westlake • Westwood • Whitley Heights • Windsor Hills

Conejo Valley
Agoura Hills • Casa Conejo • Conejo Valley • Hidden Valley • Lake Sherwood • Newbury Park • Oak Park • Thousand Oaks • Westlake Village

San Gabriel Valley
Alhambra • Altadena • Arcadia • City of Industry • College Hills • Crescenta Highlands • Cypress Park • Duarte • Eagle Rock • East Pasadena • East San Gabriel • El Monte • Flintridge • Glassell Park • Glendale • Happy Valley • Hastings Ranch • Highland Park • La Canada • La Crescenta • Lincoln Heights • Monrovia • Monterey Hills • Monterey Park • Montrose • Mount Washington • Pasadena • Rosemead • Rossmoyne • San Gabriel • San Gabriel Valley • San Marino • San Rafael Hills • Sierra Madre • South Pasadena • Temple City • Verdugo Viejo • Woodbury

How You Can Pitch In

Refer A Business

Let us know about your favorite local business. We’ll donate $10 to The River Project for each recommendation.

Volunteer

Join a workshop or a volunteer day. Checkout upcoming events on their website or write april@theriverproject.org for more info.

Donate

Make a donation via their website or Facebook page: https://www.theriverproject.org/donate-1

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