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UCLA Unseen: Stone Canyon Creek

(Yuri Enokida/Daily Bruin)

By Yuri Enokida

March 12, 2015 12:00 a.m.

The original version of this article contained information that was inaccurate and has been changed. The Santa Monica Bay Restoration Foundation, not the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission, works to restore the creek.

Daily Bruin Video introduces UCLA Unseen, a new weekly series exploring lesser-known places on campus.

Behind the Anderson School of Management lies a hidden treasure that often goes unnoticed. What’s left of the Stone Canyon Creek, which once ran through the UCLA campus, is the only part of the creek that remains naturally uncovered. Volunteers work with the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Foundation once a month to help restore the creek and maintain its beauty.

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