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San Gabriel Mountain dams could get major fill-up from storm system - latimes.com
The reservoirs behind 14 major dams that line the front range of the San Gabriel Mountains — nearly empty after two years of drought — could rise significantly from the forecasted deluge over the next three days, public works officials said. The storm system could drop up to 6 inches of rain, which would dramatically reverse the current conditions, in which water levels are 70 feet below the maximum in some cases, officials said. Although there is no danger the dams will be breached, officials on Thursday still guarded against the possibility of mudslides in fire-ravaged areas.In response to the possibility of debris flows from areas burned in January's Colby fire, Azusa and Glendora issued a mandatory evacuation order for residents whose homes are nestled along the foothills. In Glendora, 1,000 homes were in the path of possible mudslides. City officials want to avoid a repeat of a 1969 mudslide disaster that killed 34 people and destroyed 200 homes. A relatively small storm Thurs
Winter  2014  February  notes  USWest  California  water  drought  Reservoir  SanGabrielMountains  dam  wildfires  ColbyFire  Azusa  Glendora  mudslide  GreenPlanet  BWRT 
march 2014 by ahasteve
L.A. Walks: Angeles National Forest - latimes.com
Photo Slideshow: A cat preens near Adams' Pack Station as hikers walk up to the store to buy national park parking passes.
AngelesNationalForest  mountain  ChantryFlat  2013  June  Summer  SanGabrielMountains  hiking  photos  California  SturtevantFalls  GreenPlanet  USWest  SouthernCalifornia  notes  trails 
june 2013 by ahasteve
Hiking Chantry Flat to Sturtevant Falls in the Angeles National Forest - latimes.com
This walk in the Angeles National Forest is a great chance to get some real mountain hiking experience without driving too far or breaking too much of a sweat. It gets a little crowded on weekends, so go early for the best parking spaces. Wear boots or shoes that will tolerate a dunking, because this walk requires a couple of easy water crossings. Before you go, pick up an Adventure Pass ($5 for a day, $30 for the year) at a Sport Chalet or Big 5 sporting goods store. If it's Friday, Saturday or Sunday, you can also park near the trail head and buy your Adventure Pass from the charming Adams' Pack Station store at Chantry Flat.
AngelesNationalForest  mountain  ChantryFlat  2013  June  Summer  SanGabrielMountains  hiking  California  SturtevantFalls  GreenPlanet  USWest  SouthernCalifornia  trails  notes 
june 2013 by ahasteve
Climate change could slash snowfall in Southern California mountains - latimes.com
The study employed two climate change scenarios. Under the “business-as-usual” scenario, global greenhouse-gas emissions continue to rise throughout this century, pushing up temperatures. Under the second, “mitigation” scenario, emissions peak within the next two decades and then steadily decline, limiting the temperature climb. Researchers compared the results with snowfall from 1981-2000, when an average of more than 10 inches a month could fall during the winter at high elevations of the Tehachapi, San Emigdio, San Gabriel, San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountains. More than 40 inches a month can coat the peaks. Snow will disappear from the lowest elevations that now receive it, the study concluded.
water  SanJacintoMountains  mountain  2013  June  snowpacks  Summer  SanBernardinoMountains  SanGabrielMountains  California  Tehachapi  GreenPlanet  USWest  SanEmigdio  SouthernCalifornia 
june 2013 by ahasteve
U.S. seeks national recreation area status for San Gabriels - latimes.com
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on Wednesday recommended designation of the San Gabriel River watershed and most of the San Gabriel Mountains as a national recreation area, making the popular playground eligible for additional law enforcement, interpretive signs, hiking trails, trash collection and other services. Salazar's long-awaited recommendation to Congress seeks to balance a crush of tourists with conservation. The designation would transform the 655,000-acre range, portions of the San Gabriel River and Rio Hondo corridors and Puente-Chino Hills into a unit of the National Park system co-managed by the National Park Service, federal officials said.
2013  NationalRecreationalArea  KenSalazar  Spring  SanGabrielMountains  rivers  California  mountains  April  DepartmentofInterior  GreenPlanet  USWest  notes  SanGabrielRiver 
april 2013 by ahasteve
So Cal Closeups: San Gabriel Mountains and beyond - latimes.com
Map: San Gabriel Mountains. Big Bear Lake. Idyllwild. San Bernardino National Forest. Running Springs. Lake Arrowhead. Snow Valley. Idyllwild Arts Academy. Palms to Pines Scenic Byway. Humber Park. Cafe Aroma. Fireside Inn. Rainbow Inn. Candy Cupboard. San Jacinto Ranger Station. Big Bear City. Big Bear Airport. Big Bear Alpine Zoo. Bear Mountain. Snow Summit. Castle Rock Trail. Captain John's Fawn Harbor & Marina. Fawnskin. Inn at FawnSkin. Big Bear Discovery Center. Alpine Pedal Path. Stanfield Cutoff. Northshore Drive. Baker Lake. Stanfield Marsh boardwalk and wildlife preserve. Captain's Anchorage. Grizzly Manor Cafe. Sleepy Forest Cottages. El Jacalito. Teddy Bear Restaurant. Big Bear Mountain Brewery. Bowling Barn, Sweet Basil Bistro. Boulder Bay Park.
Winter  2012  December  USWest  California  SanGabrielMountains  BigBearLake  Idyllwild  SanBernardinoNationalForest  RunningSprings  LakeArrowhead  SnowValley  IdyllwildArtsAcademy  HumberPark  CafeAroma  FiresideInn  RainbowInn  CandyCupboard  SanJacintoRangerStation  BigBearCity  BigBearAirport  BigBearAlpineZoo  BearMountain  SnowSummit  CastleRockTrail  CaptainJohnsFawnHarborMarina  Fawnskin  InnatFawnSkin  BigBearDiscoveryCenter  AlpinePedalPath  BakerLake  StanfieldMarsh  CaptainsAnchorage  GrizzlyManorCafe  SleepyForestCottages  ElJacalito  TeddyBearRestaurant  BigBearMountainBrewery  BowlingBarn  SweetBasilBistro  BoulderBayPark  hiking  lake  mountain  tourist  tourism  travel  vacation  map  notes 
december 2012 by ahasteve
SoCal Close-Ups: Big Bear, Lake Arrowhead and Idyllwild - latimes.com
Photo Slideshow: On its way downslope from Running Springs toward San Bernardino below, State Route 330 includes many turnouts with spectacular westward views.
Winter  2012  December  USWest  California  SanGabrielMountains  BigBearLake  RunningSprings  LakeArrowhead  Idyllwild  Hwy330  tourist  tourism  travel  vacation  photos  notes  BigBearCity 
december 2012 by ahasteve
San Gabriel Mountains: Southern California travel tips - latimes.com
1. DON'T OMIT THE OVERLOOK
Rim of the World Highway
2. SKIS, BOARDS AND GRAVITY
Bear Mountain
3. THE BEAR, THE BLOB, THE ANCHORAGE
Grizzly Manor Cafe
4. BIG BEAR AND OTHER BEASTS
Big Bear Lake
5. WALKING AND HIKING
Castle Rock Trail
6. FAWNSKIN
The Inn at Fawnskin
7. LAKE ARROWHEAD
Lake Arrowhead Village
8. THE IDYLLWILD LIFE
Idyllwild's Humber Park
9. PINES, PALMS AND PACIFIC CREST
State Route 74
Winter  2012  December  USWest  California  SanGabrielMountains  RimoftheWorld  BearMountainResort  GrizzlyManorCafe  hiking  BigBearLake  CastleRockTrail  InnatFawnskin  Fawnskin  LakeArrowheadVillage  LakeArrowhead  Lake  Idyllwild  Hwy74  mountain  tourist  tourism  travel  vacation  notes  BigBearCity 
december 2012 by ahasteve
Williams fire 5% contained, could burn for a week - latimes.com
It could take a week to wrestle the fire churning through the Angeles National Forest into submission, authorities said Monday as the blaze grew to 3,600 acres and injured four people, including at least two of the 500-plus firefighters who had swarmed into the hills above Azusa. The blaze, which officials dubbed the Williams fire, erupted Sunday afternoon about three miles east of California 39, between Camp Williams Resort and Burro Canyon Shooting Park in the San Gabriel Mountains. By Monday afternoon, it was still only 5% contained, but no structures had been lost and none were threatened
Fall  2012  September  USWest  California  Azusa  BurroCanyonShootingPark  CampWilliamsResort  Hwy39  WilliamsFire  AngelesNationalForest  SanGabrielMountains  mountain  wildfires  wilderness  GreenPlanet  notes 
september 2012 by ahasteve
Reforestation not taking hold in land burned by Station fire - latimes.com
Last April, U.S. Forest Service crews planted nearly a million pine and fir trees across thousands of acres scorched clean by the devastating 2009 blaze. Most of them shriveled up and died within months, as skeptics had predicted. "When we planted seedlings, conditions were ideal in terms of soil composition and temperature, rainfall and weather trends. Then the ground dried out and there just wasn't enough moisture after we planted." Foresters estimate that just a quarter of the 900,000 seedlings planted across 4,300 acres are thriving. That is far below the 75% to 80% survival rate the agency wanted. On most slopes, instead of small trees, the ground nurtures dense shrubs and grass in the shadows of skeletal dead trees scorched by the 2009 blaze.
Spring  2012  April  USWest  California  2009  SanGabrielMountains  mountain  wildfires  StationFire  trees  wilderness  GreenPlanet 
april 2012 by ahasteve
Lynn Newcomb Jr. obituary: Southern California skiing pioneer dies at 91 - latimes.com
An outdoorsman and longtime owner of Mt. Waterman Ski Resort, Lynn Newcomb Jr. was at the heart of the San Gabriel Mountains community.
Fall  2011  September  USWest  California  mountain  SanGabrielMountains  MtWatermanSkiResort  ski-area  65+SustainingSeniors  extinction  boomersaurs 
october 2011 by ahasteve
Station fire: Foothill residents criticize Forest Service over 2009 Station blaze - latimes.com
Foothill residents and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) criticized the U.S. Forest Service on Thursday for moving too slowly to commission a new fleet of night-flying aircraft to fight fires like the devastating Station blaze. At a packed meeting in the Altadena Library, residents who lost their homes in the 2009 conflagration also pleaded with federal investigators to determine how and why the Forest Service let the fire become the biggest in Los Angeles County history. A U.S. Government Accountability Office representative said it has assigned two full-time investigators to its Station fire inquiry, which began several months ago and is expected to continue until the end of the year. Schiff, who convened Thursday's meeting with Forest Service and GAO officials, expressed frustration with delays in a federal study of the night-flying proposal, as well as efforts to increase the number of flight crews so the government would not have to ground aircraft to allow pilots to rest.
Spring  2011  April  USWest  California  GreenPlanet  wildfires  wilderness  AngelesNationalForest  LosAngeles  CoulterPines  montains  NationalForests  ClevelandNationalForest  LosPadresNationalForest  SanBernardinoNationalForest  SanGabrielMountains  USForestService  photos  StationFire 
april 2011 by ahasteve
Station fire: Foothill residents criticize Forest Service over 2009 Station blaze - latimes.com
Foothill residents and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) criticized the U.S. Forest Service on Thursday for moving too slowly to commission a new fleet of night-flying aircraft to fight fires like the devastating Station blaze. At a packed meeting in the Altadena Library, residents who lost their homes in the 2009 conflagration also pleaded with federal investigators to determine how and why the Forest Service let the fire become the biggest in Los Angeles County history. A U.S. Government Accountability Office representative said it has assigned two full-time investigators to its Station fire inquiry, which began several months ago and is expected to continue until the end of the year. Schiff, who convened Thursday's meeting with Forest Service and GAO officials, expressed frustration with delays in a federal study of the night-flying proposal, as well as efforts to increase the number of flight crews so the government would not have to ground aircraft to allow pilots to rest.
Spring  2011  April  USWest  California  GreenPlanet  wildfires  wilderness  AngelesNationalForest  LosAngeles  CoulterPines  montains  NationalForests  ClevelandNationalForest  LosPadresNationalForest  SanBernardinoNationalForest  SanGabrielMountains  USForestService  photos  StationFire 
april 2011 by ahasteve
Angeles National Forest, Station fire - latimes.com
Profile of Coulter Pine and Map of Station Fire burn area in Angeles National Forest.  Angeles Crest Highway, Mt. Gleason. Soledad Canyon Rd. Acton, Santa Clara Divide Rd. Chilao, Charleton Flats.
Spring  2011  April  USWest  California  StationFire  GreenPlanet  wildfires  wilderness  AngelesNationalForest  LosAngeles  CoulterPines  montains  NationalForests  ClevelandNationalForest  LosPadresNationalForest  SanBernardinoNationalForest  SanGabrielMountains  USForestService  maps 
april 2011 by ahasteve
Station fire replanting: 3 million trees to be planted in Station fire burn area - latimes.com
The remake of the Angeles National Forest raises fundamental questions once again about the modification of the region's major watershed, which provides Los Angeles County with 70% of its open space and roughly 35% of its water. The project could alter the ecological balance of a region dominated by fire-dependent chaparral vegetation surrounding small clusters of native trees in steep canyons. Federal funding for the project could dry up before it is completed. The Forest Service says trees are only being planted where trees were before. Significant portions of the 560,000 seedlings to be planted this spring on 4,000 acres were grown from seeds harvested from Coulter pines that evolved in separate mountain ranges, including in the Cleveland, Los Padres and San Bernardino national forests. Although Coulter pines have grown in the San Gabriels, biologists and forest historians suspect that many of them were planted by settlers. .
Spring  2011  April  USWest  California  StationFire  GreenPlanet  wildfires  wilderness  AngelesNationalForest  LosAngeles  CoulterPines  montains  NationalForests  ClevelandNationalForest  LosPadresNationalForest  SanBernardinoNationalForest  SanGabrielMountains  USForestService 
april 2011 by ahasteve
Angeles National Forest, Station fire - latimes.com
Profile of Coulter Pine and Map of Station Fire burn area in Angeles National Forest.  Angeles Crest Highway, Mt. Gleason. Soledad Canyon Rd. Acton, Santa Clara Divide Rd. Chilao, Charleton Flats.
Spring  2011  April  USWest  California  StationFire  GreenPlanet  wildfires  wilderness  AngelesNationalForest  LosAngeles  CoulterPines  montains  NationalForests  ClevelandNationalForest  LosPadresNationalForest  SanBernardinoNationalForest  SanGabrielMountains  USForestService  maps 
april 2011 by ahasteve
Station fire replanting: 3 million trees to be planted in Station fire burn area - latimes.com
The remake of the Angeles National Forest raises fundamental questions once again about the modification of the region's major watershed, which provides Los Angeles County with 70% of its open space and roughly 35% of its water. The project could alter the ecological balance of a region dominated by fire-dependent chaparral vegetation surrounding small clusters of native trees in steep canyons. Federal funding for the project could dry up before it is completed. The Forest Service says trees are only being planted where trees were before. Significant portions of the 560,000 seedlings to be planted this spring on 4,000 acres were grown from seeds harvested from Coulter pines that evolved in separate mountain ranges, including in the Cleveland, Los Padres and San Bernardino national forests. Although Coulter pines have grown in the San Gabriels, biologists and forest historians suspect that many of them were planted by settlers. .
Spring  2011  April  USWest  California  StationFire  GreenPlanet  wildfires  wilderness  AngelesNationalForest  LosAngeles  CoulterPines  montains  NationalForests  ClevelandNationalForest  LosPadresNationalForest  SanBernardinoNationalForest  SanGabrielMountains  USForestService 
april 2011 by ahasteve
Photos: In the San Gabriels - latimes.com
San Gabriel Mountains Photo Slideshow: Bill Reeves fly fishes on the west fork of the San Gabriel River, where small trout abound. The San Gabriel Mountains Forever member fished the range's rivers with his father more than half a century ago
Spring  2010  May  USWest  California  SouthernCalifornia  SanGabrielMountains  mountain  SanGabrielMountainsForever  pollution  GreenPlanet  wilderness  wildlife  SanAntonioCreek  creeks  LytleCreek  SanGabrielRiver  WildandScenicRiversAct  photos  HighCountryEagles 
june 2010 by ahasteve
Conservation: San Gabriel Mountains Forever hopes to protect range - latimes.com
Environmentalists, cities, scientists and hikers want a larger portion of the mountain range and its rivers shielded from pollution and population woes with strong federal protections. "I'd be happy if this place stayed just the way it is," the stout conservationist said. "But with 10 million people living within an hour's drive, these mountains definitely need more protection." Reeves is a member of San Gabriel Mountains Forever, a campaign that is pushing Rep. David Dreier (R-San Dimas) to fashion a bill that would shield a larger portion of the 655,000-acre range and its free-flowing rivers from pollution and population woes with the strongest federal protections available. The goal is to add 30,000 acres to three existing wilderness areas and have 44 miles of San Antonio Creek, the middle fork of Lytle Creek and portions of the San Gabriel River's east, west and north forks protected under the national Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, which would prohibit new damming.
Spring  2010  May  USWest  California  SouthernCalifornia  SanGabrielMountains  mountain  SanGabrielMountainsForever  pollution  GreenPlanet  wilderness  wildlife  SanAntonioCreek  creeks  LytleCreek  SanGabrielRiver  WildandScenicRiversAct  notes  video  HighCountryEagles 
june 2010 by ahasteve
Photos: In the San Gabriels - latimes.com
San Gabriel Mountains Photo Slideshow: Bill Reeves fly fishes on the west fork of the San Gabriel River, where small trout abound. The San Gabriel Mountains Forever member fished the range's rivers with his father more than half a century ago
Spring  2010  May  USWest  California  SouthernCalifornia  SanGabrielMountains  mountain  SanGabrielMountainsForever  pollution  GreenPlanet  wilderness  wildlife  SanAntonioCreek  creeks  LytleCreek  SanGabrielRiver  WildandScenicRiversAct  photos  HighCountryEagles 
may 2010 by ahasteve
Conservation: San Gabriel Mountains Forever hopes to protect range - latimes.com
Environmentalists, cities, scientists and hikers want a larger portion of the mountain range and its rivers shielded from pollution and population woes with strong federal protections. "I'd be happy if this place stayed just the way it is," the stout conservationist said. "But with 10 million people living within an hour's drive, these mountains definitely need more protection." Reeves is a member of San Gabriel Mountains Forever, a campaign that is pushing Rep. David Dreier (R-San Dimas) to fashion a bill that would shield a larger portion of the 655,000-acre range and its free-flowing rivers from pollution and population woes with the strongest federal protections available. The goal is to add 30,000 acres to three existing wilderness areas and have 44 miles of San Antonio Creek, the middle fork of Lytle Creek and portions of the San Gabriel River's east, west and north forks protected under the national Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, which would prohibit new damming.
Spring  2010  May  USWest  California  SouthernCalifornia  SanGabrielMountains  mountain  SanGabrielMountainsForever  pollution  GreenPlanet  wilderness  wildlife  SanAntonioCreek  creeks  LytleCreek  SanGabrielRiver  WildandScenicRiversAct  notes  video  HighCountryEagles 
may 2010 by ahasteve
Mining proposal maddens Duarte - latimes.com
Mining proposal maddens Duarte. Concerned about increased air pollution and a marred landscape, many residents in the community next to the San Gabriels are protesting a firm's plan to relocate operations to a scenic ridge. The mountains that rise above their Duarte home have served as both backdrop and recurring character in the lives of John and Martha Jansen. On clear nights, John takes to the ridges with his telescope and amateur astronomy guides. Martha finds quiet inspiration for her oil paintings in the panoramic view of the peaks. Martha Jansen, 66, said. "But when it comes to the health of the children and the damage of the wildlife and plants that are native to the area, sometimes we have to fight for what is right." Mining has been woven into Azusa's fabric since the discovery of gold in the 1850s at the fork of San Gabriel Canyon. The treasure of the canyons has since become hard granite that is crushed into aggregate used to construct highways and pave riverbeds.
Spring  2010  March  USWest  California  Duarte  HighCountryEagles  mountain  SanGabrielMountains  mining  Azusa  VulcanMaterials  GreenPlanet  GreenCitizen  GreenCommunity  pollution  65+SustainingSeniors  notes 
march 2010 by ahasteve
Los Angeles County, California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Los Angeles County is in California, and is by far the most populous county in the United States. The U.S. Census Bureau give an estimated 2008 population of 9,862,049,while the California State government's population bureau lists a January 1, 2009, estimate of 10,393,185. The county seat is the city of Los Angeles. The county is home to 88 incorporated cities and many unincorporated areas. The northern half of the county is a large expanse of lesser populated desert inland in the Santa Clarita Valley, and especially in the Antelope Valley which encompasses the northeastern parts of the county and adjacent eastern Kern County, lying just north of Los Angeles County. In between the large desert portions of the county ― which make up around 40 percent of its land area ― and the urbanized central and southern portions sits the San Gabriel Mountains containing Angeles National Forest. All of southern Los Angeles County, north to about the center of the county, is heavily urbanized.
USWest  California  SouthernCalifornia  county  LosAngelesCounty  wikipedia  profile  SantaClaritaValley  AntelopeValley  KernCounty  desert  SanGabrielMountains  AngelesNationalForest  NationalForests  mountain 
july 2009 by ahasteve
House passes bill to expand wilderness in 9 states - Los Angeles Times
In California the bill would protect 700,000 more acres from new roads and most commercial uses - mining, logging and energy development. It designates as wilderness as much land as during Bush's entire term. $88 million to return year-round flows and a prized salmon run to the San Joaquin River for the first time since the 1940s. $61 million for San Gabriel Valley polluted groundwater cleanup. 40,000 acres in the San Gabriel Mountains in LA County. Create Magic Mountain Wilderness -- a mountain northeast of Santa Clarita, and the Pleasant View Ridge Wilderness, west of Angeles Crest Highway. 428,000 acres in the Eastern Sierra would be protected, 147,000 acres in Riverside County (including parts of Joshua Tree National Park) and 85,000 acres in Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks -- including Mineral King Valley where Disney company tried to build a ski resort. Protections of eight scenic rivers that stretch from the upper Owens River in the eastern Sierra to Piru Creek in LA County.
Spring  2009  March  USWest  California  LosAngelesCounty  mining  logging  energy  development  Green  GreenPlanet  GreenGov  HouseofRepresentatives  politics  wilderness  conservation  Bush  Obama  administration  river  restoration  SanJoaquinRiver  salmon  water  pollution  groundwater  SanGabrielValley  SanGabrielMountains  MagicMountainWilderness  SantaClarita  PleasantViewRidgeWilderness  SierraNevada  JoshuaTree  nationalparks  Sequoia-KingsCanyon  MineralKingValley  Disney  ski-area  resort  OwensValley  OwensRiver  rivers  mountain  canyon  creeks 
april 2009 by ahasteve
Ominbus Public Lands Bill needs House approval - Los Angeles Times
The Senate has passed a public lands bill that will benefit California, among other states. Although the legislation contains a few troublesome projects, it deserves House passage too. The bill, S. 22, a holdover from last year, consists of about 160 separate proposals and would grant the highest level of federal protection to more than 2 million acres across nine states from California to West Virginia. Among the California land designated as wilderness would be about 190,000 acres in Riverside County, about 450,000 acres in the Eastern Sierra and the San Gabriel Mountains, and about 90,000 acres in Sequoia-Kings Canyon national parks. The overall package carries a $4-billion price tag over five years. Wilderness areas enjoy a higher level of protection than any other public lands, shielding them from drilling, logging and residential development.
Winter  2009  February  politics  green  GreenPlanet  wilderness  senate  HouseofRepresentatives  USWest  California  RiversideCounty  EasternSierra  SanGabrielMountains  Sequoia-KingsCanyon  nationalparks  HighCountryEagles  outdoors  wildlife  recreation  GreenCommunity  oil-drilling  logging  GreenCitizen  Sequoia  KingsCanyon  mountain  canyon 
february 2009 by ahasteve

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