Many water loving plants can be seen on the edges of stream, such as bananas, wild gingers, and a towering dawn redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides). The stream, with its jungle-like appearance and wildlife, is a highlight for our K-12 tours. This beloved feature was designed and built many years ago, and is in need of extensive renovation. We are currently seeking donors to help us preserve this wonderful space for future generations.
To learn more about Tovaangar and Tongva people, check out these resources:
Mapping Indigenous L.A.
Cooking the Native Way: Chia Café Collective
Tending the Wild (KCET)
Mapping the Tongva villages of L.A.’s past