Tim Brick

Arroyo Seco Foundation

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Managing Director of the Arroyo Seco Foundation, a nonprofit working to protect and promote the Arroyo Seco watershed, a major tributary of the Los Angeles River; former Chairman of the Board of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

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The Los Angeles River runs for 32 miles through the City of LA, in a concrete flood control channel that the Army Corps of Engineers started to build in the 1930's.

Restoring the LA River: Is the Latest Plan Big Enough?

The Los Angeles River runs for 32 miles through the City of LA, in a concrete flood control channel that the Army Corps of Engineers started to build in the 1930's.

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Thirteen years may sound like a long time, but when you’re talking about the water supply for Southern California, it’s a different story.

Where Has All The Water Gone?

Thirteen years may sound like a long time, but when you’re talking about the water supply for Southern California, it’s a different story.

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