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The Not A Cornfield project is a tremendous undertaking that couldn't have occurred without the friendship, support, advice, assistance and collaboration of numerous individuals and organizations. We are grateful for all of your efforts, and most of all, to everyone who visits the Not A Cornfield grounds. Please see below for a partial list of our partners.

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Gold Line tracks, the 'Eye' of the Not A Cornfield project site, and the eastern flank of downtown Los Angeles visible in the background. A brownfield now green.
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List of Partners

Annenberg Foundation
Getty Foundation
Natural Resources Defense Council
Historic Cultural Neighborhood Council
Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council
Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council
William Mead Homes
California Department of Parks and Recreation
Councilmember Ed P. Reyes
Assemblywoman Jackie Goldberg
Chinatown Business Development District
RadioSonideros
Echo Park Film Center
El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Park
Friends of the Los Angeles River
Raid Projects / MAK Center


 

 

 

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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