There's unmistakable scenery in a new video that is being used by a national campaign to promote walking. Sure! It's Brookside Park and the Rose Bowl loop in the background while Pasadena Humane Society President Steve McNall and actor Wil Wheaton extol the virtues of walking with a dog.
You can view the 2 minute video here: Paws and Effect: The Benefits of Walking Your Dog, but whether you have a dog or not, get out and take a walk in the Arroyo. It will do you a world of good!
Last Fall Dr. David Kimbrough of Pasadena Water & Power led more than 40 community members on an archeological tour of Pasadena's first irrigation canal, which supplied early pioneers with water from the Arroyo Seco.
See more from the Central Arroyo Seco site of the Coastal Cleanup Day
The Arroyo Seco Confluence provides the key linkage to another 22 linear miles of the river system, extending all the way into the Angeles National Forest. The Arroyo Seco links downtown LA with the San Gabriel Mountains. Unlike any of the other LA River sites, the AS Confluence provides a linkage to vital habitat and wildlife corridor, joining the San Gabriel Mountains to the Santa Monica Mountains.
The Arroyo Seco Watershed Assessment has now been finalized. The plan, prepared by CDM for the Arroyo Seco Foundation, reviews key restoration projects in the watershed and identifies five major projects which constitute an Arroyo Seco Greenway. We would appreciate your review and comments on the report.
To share in Southern Californis's most dynamic watershed management campaign
Here's a great way to get involved in the Arroyo Seco restoration. Join the Arroyo Seco Stream Team
CASO is a vital network for organizations working to improve the Arroyo Seco from the mountains to downtown LA. For more information: