Last November the County Supervisors, led by Kathryn Barger, revised the Flood Control District's massive sediment and habitat removal program, reducing the volume by 30%. Then in December Judge Chalfant gave the Flood Control District the go-ahead for their project. Since then we have been working to make sure that negative impacts of the project (habitat destruction, air pollution, traffic, neighborhood impacts, etc.) are also reduced before the project moves ahead.

Our attorneys have appealed Judge Chalfant's approval and filed a second lawsuit challenging other environmental impacts of the project. We intend to ensure that the Flood Control District reduces the size and devastation of the Big Dig.

These legal challenges are expensive, so we need your continued political and financial support. Please generously to Save Hahamongna.

Support the Campaign to Save Hahamongna

Hahamongna is the most special environmental treasure in our region. We can't let LA County Flood Control District destroy it and degrade our neighborhoods. The Arroyo Seco Foundation and the Pasadena Audubon Society have filed a lawsuit to protect Hahamongna and our neighborhoods. Our goal is to secure a more moderate and sustainable plan that will reduce impacts on Hahamongna Watershed Park and on the neighborhoods.

The fate of Hahamongna and our neighborhoods depends on your generosity. Your contribution will go directly to the campaign to Save Hahamongna.