|The Central Arroyo ca. 1913.|
"In and out among the trees, a trail has been worn, often leading down to the bed of the brook; and here one can wander for hours… in this leafy retreat, with the birds singing all about, and trout darting from the horse’s feet.”
-Charles Holder, “All about Pasadena”
Such memories still exist within the minds of Arroyo old-timers. Memories of an Arroyo Seco as a living river; an Arroyo with dark forests, verdant trails and trout darting through the stream.
As it was before, so it can be again!
What does this mean?
|The Corps’ vision of a restored Arroyo at its confluence with the LA River.|