||Cities Should Think About Trees As Public Health Infrastructure ||October 2, 2017 - "Planting trees is an incredibly cheap and simple way to improve the well-being of people in a city. A novel idea: : Public health institutions should be financing urban greenery to support well-being and air quality."
||NELA Gets Lucky, but It Takes More Than Luck to Protect the Environment||October 2017 - It appears that the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument will be spared. The Boulevard Sentinel quotes Tim Brick on the benefits the monument provides for local residents.
||Op-Ed What the Trump administration doesn't understand about wildfires||October 1, 2017 - Lifting environmental protections and intensive logging are not the cure for restoring the health of American forests contrary to the non-scientific contentions of the Trump Administration writes Pomona College Professor Char Miller.
||Pasadena Nature Lovers Join Mayor Tornek on Hike, Brainstorm Future Arroyo Trail Improvements ||September 29, 2017 - Mayor Tornek leads a walk along a little-know trail on the west side of the Arroyo just north of Washington Blvd. This is the second in a series of walks led by the Mayor to promote increased appreciation and support for the Arroyo.
||Some still catch fish in the San Gabriel River. But without stocking, the trout are harder to find.||September 23, 2017 - There are not many trout still in the San Gabriel, but local fisherman are there expectantly, hoping for a bite.
||The West’s Wildfires Are Taking a Toll on Reservoirs||September 20, 2017 - "New research predicts that an increase in the frequency and magnitude of wildfires will double the rates of sedimentation in one-third of the West’s large watersheds, reducing reservoir storage and affecting water supplies."
||Three more public walks with Pasadena mayor planned for One Arroyo||September 20, 2017 - Look for three more walks with Mayor Tornek as part of his One Arroyo initiative.
||Pasadenans Participate in Heritage Brainstorming Forum||September 20, 2017 - "Pasadena Participate" was a lively discussion of ways to preserve and improve the character and quality of life in Pasadena presented by Pasadena Heritage in the Skyroom of Lake Avenue Church.
||Trump plan: Southern California monuments would be spared, six others would be reduced||September 18, 2017 - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke does not include any changes in the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument in his leaked memo to Trump, but there are significant changes in ten other monuments. It should also be noted that the Trump administration process is not over. -
||Interior chief urges shrinking 4 national monuments in West||September 18, 2017 - A memo from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommends reducing 4 large western national monuments and changes to six other monuments. No changes are mentioned to the nearby San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, but the Trump review of 27 national monuments is not over.
||Pasadena mayor walks, talks about possibly removing private equestrian clubs, camps from Arroyo Seco||September 17 - Put on your hiking shoes and take a walk in Hahamongna with Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek as part of his "One Arroyo" initiative. The mayor discusses the character of the Hahamongna area and the many sometimes conflicting uses there.