The Sepulveda Basin, particularly the wildlife area, is a core territory for the San Fernando Valley Audubon Society and has been the focus for many of our key conservation and education activities. Recently, LA City has commissioned a study with the mission to develop a long-term strategic plan for the future of the Basin with the objectives to:
- Increase ecosystem function within the Basin using nature based solutions.
- Create natural functioning of the LA River and Tributaries.
- Improve interface between recreation and ecological areas.
- Improve water quality of streams and outlets entering the Basin.
- Improve multi-modal transportation access to the Basin and within the Basin.
- Enhance recreational, educational and cultural programming.
- Increase resilience of the Basin and surrounding neighborhoods.
Speakers: Jessica Henson and Richard Lewis III from OLIN a company of landscape architects/urban designers working to create landscapes and urban designs, worldwide.
We are asking Jessica and Richard to present their developing plan, particularly with respect to the wildlife area and to respond to comments and suggestions from the audience. Zoom details will be emailed in August. If you are not already on our distribution list, sign up below and receive a link prior to all events.