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August 28, 1991
Spring Canyon is undergoing a spring-cleaning this week and next. Since Monday, the California Environment Project and the Los Angeles Conservation Corps have been working to clear a two-mile stretch of the lower part of the ravine north of Valley Canyon Road in Canyon Country, said Scott Mathes, CEP executive director. The dried-up creek bed has been choked with junk and debris over the years as people converted Spring Canyon into an illegal dumping site.
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April 25, 1993 | JEFF KRAMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The creator of a global hair care empire, John Paul Jones de Joria has a wizard's touch for making things happen. But he just cannot make Scott Mathes disappear. For more than a year, Mathes, an environmental activist, has criticized the wealthy co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems about the condition of his trash-strewn property in Malibu's scenic Tuna Canyon.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1993 | JEFF KRAMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The creator of a global hair care empire, John Paul Jones de Joria has a wizard's touch for making things happen. But he just cannot make Scott Mathes disappear. For more than a year, Mathes, an environmental activist, has criticized the wealthy co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems about the condition of his trash-strewn property in Malibu's scenic Tuna Canyon.
NEWS
April 15, 1993
As a prelude to Earth Day, teams of volunteers will fan out into the Angeles National Forest on Sunday to clean up trash in two canyons. The one-day project is part of a countywide effort sponsored by environmental groups. "This day is designed to give people not only a chance to see the beauty of the canyons, but see how they feel about cleaning them up," said Scott Mathes, director of the Glendale-based California Environmental Project. "It's a way to introduce people to what we do."
NEWS
April 15, 1993
As a prelude to Earth Day, teams of volunteers will fan out into the Angeles National Forest on Sunday to clean up trash in two canyons. The one-day project is part of a countywide effort sponsored by environmental groups. "This day is designed to give people not only a chance to see the beauty of the canyons, but see how they feel about cleaning them up," said Scott Mathes, director of the Glendale-based California Environmental Project. "It's a way to introduce people to what we do."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1991
Spring Canyon is undergoing a spring-cleaning this week and next. Since Monday, the California Environment Project and the Los Angeles Conservation Corps have been working to clear a two-mile stretch of the lower part of the ravine north of Valley Canyon Road in Canyon Country, said Scott Mathes, CEP executive director. The dried-up creek bed has been choked with junk and debris over the years as people converted Spring Canyon into an illegal dumping site.
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