California historic equestrian trails reflect our state's history and majesty. We can preserve our trails and our heritage together. The trails date to the 1700s and tie to our Spanish and Mexican heritage when Ortega,
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Project approvals along the LA River, & vicinity (PERA, DeForest Wetlands Project Approval, Greenbelt Home Development, Wrigley Greenbelt…) without further review as per AB530 and revised EIR continue to create cumulative negative impacts to the
Support: Need for signage of shared routes Amendment: Specifically requesting an amendment for multi use signage to include equestrian trails & safety yield signage and lights where needed in the project areas. Signage: Safety yield
The consistent corruption of the historic trails & open spaces that are the lifelines of historic equestrian communities and riders has occurred through the methodical elimination of the necessary facilities and amenities’ in local and
The goal with PERA (Public Equestrian Rest Area) is to have it constructed in another location, one that is more appropriate for public use, in a location that will not disrupt an established residential equestrian
The LA River trail passes close by The Rancho Los Cerritos, a California Historic landmark worth stopping to see.
Signal Hill Tribune did an article on what we are trying to save. Wrigley residents say LA River project may edge out equestrian-trail access This entry was posted in Uncategorized on July
A RIDER AT THE CHILDREN'S RANCH FOUNDATION Development Along the L.A. River Could Snuff Out Some of L.A.’s Last Horse Ranches A community battle is brewing in Atwater Village August 6, 2015 Shayna Rose