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Marissa Christiansen

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Marissa Christiansen is Executive Director of Friends of the Los Angeles River.

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When engineers in the late 1930s conceived the idea of encasing a 51-mile sprawling waterway in concrete it made sense -- two massive storms had just caused highly destructive and…

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