IDG’s Gabrielle Newmark Visits SF’s Green Alleys, Takes Notes

“On June 9th I had the opportunity to fly up to San Francisco with two of my colleagues and meet with David Winslow who is an architect and works for the City of San Francisco’s Planning Department.

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Negative Impacts of Rodent Abatement Policies on the Trees of Skid Row - May 2017

Last week we released a report titled, "Negative Impacts of Rodent Abatement Policies on the Trees of Skid Row"- which was really more of a set of recommendations to the City. These recommendations have to do with how the City's "Operation Healthy Streets" initiative in Skid Row deals with trees.

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5 activists talk ENVIRONMENT/WATER in the Arts District & Skid Row…(Audio!)

On August 13th, in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona’s Department of Landscape Architecture, we hosted an event as part of the Department of Cultural Affair’s Public Art Biennial conCURRENT: LA WATER at Art Share LA. This Biennial used art as a platform for the exchange of ideas around critical issues our city faces together. Our event ‘The Los Angeles Arts District Green Alley Project’ included a panel discussion about local water issues, ‘The Art of Drought Show’ curated by Art Share, and a self guided alley tour of five Arts District alleys activated for the day also known as ‘green alley pop ups’.

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Greening the industrial spaces between downtown’s high-rises and the LA River.


California Releaf