A long-term project of the Arid Lands Institute took an important step forward over the 2019-2020 school year.
Our goal is to optimize city surfaces for stormwater capture and aquifer replenishment. To do so, we need to know where, exactly, to prioritize investment in green infrastructure, and with what expected benefits? With the support of the Latrobe Research Prize, we've made big progress, and we're looking for opportunities to test our work (and support yours).
Stephanie Newcomb is ALI's most recent graduate, completing an MSArch in 2016. ALI Summer Intern Kat Jacaruso of Colorado College sits down to talk with Stephanie about her relationship with the Arid Lands Institute and her most recent projects.
In 2000, we returned to Los Angeles at the tail end of a Graham Foundation grant spent criss-crossing the west, photographing water infrastructures, ancient and modern.
Community Workshops Bring People, Science, and Design Together to Shape Great Streetscapes that Conserve Water
Lots of Angelenos wants to know what they can do to prepare for El Niño. How do I make sure my hillside is safe or my street won't flood, for example?
The LA Times ran an Op/Ed on September 2