Outlook Article: To Protect and Preserve: One Arroyo Foundation Boosts Local Treasure

The newly formed, soon-to-be nonprofit organization recently kicked off efforts to raise $7 million to help unify the 900 acres of urban forest and its spotty trails, which run all the way down Pasadena’s westernmost edge, from the Arroyo Seco headwaters in Angeles National Forest to the Hahamongna area and the Lower Arroyo, descending to the Los Angeles River. One Arroyo is looking to provide about 22 miles of continuous trails with improved grading and proper signage to help hikers find their way and experience the great outdoors, just five minutes from home.

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Sarah Rothenberg