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TOPANGA LAGOON RESTORATION

California State Parks, CalTrans, County of Los Angeles Department of Beaches and Harbors and the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains are working to restore the Topanga Lagoon ecosystem, one of the last coastal wetlands in Southern California

OUR GOALS

The Topanga Lagoon Restoration Project is a multiagency cooperative effort that seeks to protect and restore precious biological and cultural resources, create an integrated program for coastal access, emergency response and interpretation, and proactively address the effects of sea level rise.

Official DEIR Public Comment Period & Upcoming Meetings!

The Topanga Lagoon Restoration Project Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) dropped on February 12th, 2024 and the public is able to provide comments and feedback on it until April 12th, 2024.

The public is welcome to attend one of the two upcoming public meetings about the project on Saturday, February 24th, 2024 or Wednesday, February 28th, 2024.

 

Access the DEIR for review, RSVP for the upcoming meetings and see how to comment on the project on our What's New Page.

Learn about important project updates and past public events.

Submit your thoughts regarding the restoration of Topanga Lagoon. Join our mailing list to stay up-to-date on news and events

Find answers to frequently asked questions regarding the restoration.

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We Made a Music Video

In an effort to invite as many diverse voices into the restoration process as possible, we have created a music video featuring Topanga Lagoon!

Watch the video below and join a young boy’s journey as he experiences the beauty and wonder of Topanga Lagoon through the eyes of an endangered southern steelhead. Please share the video and help us spread the word about this exciting restoration!

Project support generously provided by

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