Here’s a summary below of California’s Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project, published as the “Abstract” in the project’s Environmental Impact Report. Did you know the project will create the second largest publicly accessible open space natural area in Los Angeles? Can you guess which is the largest (answer at the bottom)? Here’s the Abstract: The Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve, located in the City of Los Angeles and partially within unincorporated Los Angeles County, California, is bisected by and includes a channelized reach of Ballona Creek. It is traversed by Culver, Jefferson, and Lincoln Boulevards. What once were more than 2,100-acres of marshes, mud flats, salt pans, and sand dunes currently provides approximately 153 acres of wetland habitat, as well as 83 acres of non-wetland waters of the U.S. (including navigable waters of the U.S.). All aquatic resources within the reserve are degraded. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) proposes a large-scale restoration that would entail enhancing and establishing native coastal aquatic and upland habitats within the Ballona Reserve. The proposal is intended to return the daily ebb and flow of tidal waters where practically feasible to achieve predominantly estuarine conditions, maintain freshwater conditions, and enhance physical and biological functions… Read full this story
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