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Day 2 of the Los Angeles River Expedition 2008. Organized by LA river kayaker and LaLa Times publisher George Wolfe, boaters embarked on a 52-mile exploration of the full river, from its source (Canoga Park) to its estuary (Long Beach). Deemed not to be a “traditional navigable water” by the Army Corps of Engineers — and therefore not worthy of clean water standards, the Expedition’s purpose is to prove it is navigable. Glendale Narrows, Los Angeles County, California, USA.

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Kayaking the LA River
Day 2 of the Los Angeles River Expedition 2008. Organized by LA river kayaker and LaLa Times publisher George Wolfe, boaters embarked on a 52-mile exploration of the full river, from its source (Canoga Park) to its estuary (Long Beach). Deemed not to be a “traditional navigable water” by the Army Corps of Engineers — and therefore not worthy of clean water standards, the Expedition’s purpose is to prove it is navigable. Glendale Narrows, Los Angeles County, California, USA.

Filename: CA15589.jpg
Source: Citizen of the Planet
Date 26 Jul 2008
Location: Los Angeles CA USA
Credit: Peter Bennett/Citizen of the Planet
Copyright: Peter Bennett
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