Quick mends: Getting real ‘buy in’ as a river activist

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Activist Steve Appleton. (Courtesy LA River Kayak Safari)

From the Los Angeles Times:

“The unlikely series of events that brought the parcel into Appleton’s hands began with a 2017 Times article that detailed several hundred properties in the river channel that were owned by individuals and companies. For reasons unknown, those properties were bypassed — and mostly forgotten by their owners — when the Los Angeles County Flood Control District acquired title to most of the river.”

See you on the river, Jim Burns

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