Due to public health circumstances, we have postponed the upcoming events on the CGHLS spring calendar. We look forward to rescheduling them and resuming further public programming (we had more in store for you!) as soon as it's advisable.
In the meantime, we invite members to spend some time with the many garden and landscape history resources that we offer here on our website:
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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the founding of CGLHS! We have been planning our next conference focusing on the Los Angeles River, but we regret that we must postpone it due to the COVID-19 public health crisis.
When we reschedule the conference (expected for 2021), activities will include talks at the Los Angeles River Center, walking tours, kayak excursions and exploration of pocket parks. The tours are scheduled to feature Atwater, Frogtown, and the Headwaters Corner at Calabasas.
We expect speakers and tour leaders to include:
Joe Edmiston, Executive Director of the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
Joe Linton of "Creek Freaks" and "Streetsblog LA;" author of the guidebook, Down by the Los Angeles River
Dennis Washburn, advocate for the Santa Monica Mountains and Las Virgenes Forest and founding mayor of Calabasas
PHOTO: Los Angeles, looking north from Elysian Park showing Los Angeles River and Mt. Washington, approximately 1900, photCL Pierce 00853, C.C. Pierce Collection of Photographs, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
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