Clark Stevens

Architect and sustainable land use planner, executive officer of the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains, and architect of the Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing

Architect and sustainable land use planner, architect of the Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing

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Wild animals need to roam, but our freeways are in the way.

Bridges and Walls: Wildlife Crossing

Wild animals need to roam, but our freeways are in the way.

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