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Located near the banks of the Los Angeles River and at the base of the Elysian Hills, the Not A Cornfield project site is an important piece of land in the history of the metropolis that is modern Los Angeles.

Explore the MULTIMEDIA galleries below to see how the land has been transformed over the last 150 years.

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MULTIMEDIA: PHOTO GALLERIES | AUDIO DOCUMENTARY | VIDEO SHORTS

SEE OUR PHOTO SETS ON FLICKR.COM:

OCTOBER 5, 2005 site construction + crop growth
SEP 25, 2005 drum circle + crop growth
SITE TRANSFORMATION + RECENT PROGRESS
CORN
HISTORIC MAPS
HISTORIC PHOTOS
PUBLIC EVENTS (COMING SOON)
SURROUNDING AREAS (COMING SOON)

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RELATED LINKS*
LA CONSERVANCY
THE HUNTINGTON
FOLAR
LA PUBLIC LIBRARY
US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
GOOGLE SATELLITE / MAPS
JUANTARA'S FLICKR GALLERY


 

 

 

March 31, 2006:
The Not A Cornfield project team has handed the keys to the Cornfield site back to State Parks and moved across the street into our new offices at 1745 Spring St.
Contact State Parks for public access and information about tours and open hours.

PROGRAM ARCHIVES


Most recent image from webcam.

Watch short films about the project

GROUP TOURS

For Group and school tours, please call Carmelo Alvarez at (323) 226-1158


 
 
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