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Why environmentalists are at odds over restoration of LA’s largest remaining wetlands

A new restoration plan to bulldoze nearly 3 million cubic yards of dirt from the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve — the largest remaining wetlands in the Los Angeles area  — has mobilized fierce opposition. The 566-acre site, once a network of meandering waterways, meadows and marshes, was decimated when Marina del Rey’s harbor was dredged in the 1960s.

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