Sam Bloch

staff writer at The New Food Economy

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Trees are the lungs of the city, as the saying goes, and they are especially healthful in hot, polluted LA.

Meet LA’s new tree champion, Rachel Malarich

Trees are the lungs of the city, as the saying goes, and they are especially healthful in hot, polluted LA.

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Los Angeles is undergoing a transition, from sprawling, car-based culture to a denser, more urban region where people walk and use more mass transit.

Shade: a luxury amenity in LA

Los Angeles is undergoing a transition, from sprawling, car-based culture to a denser, more urban region where people walk and use more mass transit.

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