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Pathogens in the Los Angeles River and its tributaries pose a health risk to public recreators. To better protect public health and support recreational use in local waterbodies, the ULAR Group is adapting their original bacteria Load Reduction Strategy (LRS) to tackle the bacteria-related issues using the latest watershed science.
The Berkshire Creek Restoration was completed in March 2020. The site is at a canyon in the southwest corner of Hahamongna Watershed Park, South of Berkshire Place and East of Oak Grove Drive, that had been degraded due to flooding and erosion.
The purpose of the City of LA’s Stormwater Capture Parks Program is to progress towards Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Sustainable City pLAn goal of capturing 150,000 acre-feet per year of stormwater by 2035 in order to reduce dependence on imported water and increase reliable, sustainable local water resources.