SEPULVEDA BASIN WILDLIFE AREAS
May 12 · 7:30 – 9:00pm
PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE
The Sepulveda Basin is the home of a Wildlife Area with an 11-acre lake, the Bull Creek Ecological Restoration Area, one of only 3 soft-bottomed portions of the Los Angeles River, Encino Creek, Woodley Creek, Hayvenhurst Creek, and Lake Balboa.
The Sepulveda Basin was in the national news in December 2013 when the Army Corp of Engineers destroyed vast swaths of mature native vegetation under the guise of removing non-native plants. If you want to find out what happened and what are the current plans for restoring that area, attend this power point presentation by Steve Hartman, currently the chair of the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Areas Steering Committee.
Sepulveda Garden Center
16633 Magnolia Blvd. Encino
Sponsored by the California Native Plant Society