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The Ballona Network’s Mission is to educate and advocate for a watershed-wide approach to restoring historical streams and wetlands by utilizing natural solutions, capturing and cleaning rainwater, as it runs-off into Santa Monica Bay and the ocean. A network of parks and greenways puts rainwater back into the earth for reuse, raising our water table, restoring wildlife habitat and providing outdoor recreation.
$45 per person - Dinner, drinks and music
At Culver Events
11938 W Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066
For more info, contact either:
Jeanette@saveballona.org 310-721-3512
lblakeelahi@yahoo.com 323-299-0104
Artists, please contribute an art piece.
To view last yearís art, click here
***Art Sale***
Click here to watch Jessica Hallís
Slide Presentation
New Watershed Info.
To participate in our Ballona Creek Watershed
Tours and Educational Programs, click Contact.
The Ballona Creek Watershed facts
blue lines = historical streams
m=miles sm=square miles green areas=wetlands
Beverly Hills
Culver City
Inglewood
Los Angeles
Santa Monica
West Hollywood
Unincorporated
LA County
Ballona Creek Watershed Map
Lucy Blake-Elahi Art Presentation
Ballonaís land use consists of 64% residential, 8% commercial, 4% industrial, and 17% open space. It all drains to the ocean: from the Santa Monica Mountains on the north, the Harbor Freeway (110) on the east, and the Baldwin Hills on the south.
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INFORMATION ABOUT THE BALLONA
CREEK WATERSHED:
New
Watershed Info
Artist and educator, Lucy
Blake-Elahi, explains her
soft sculpture model of the
Ballona Creek Watershed
to the right.
Artist Lucy Blake-Elahi Soft Sculpture Model
Ballona Creek Renaissance & Ballona Network
11934 W Washington Blvd, #101, Los Angeles, CA 90066
Mailto:Jeanette@SaveBallona.Org
310-721-3512
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