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Cal Poly Pomona

Garden Stream & Waterfall

The permanent streams of southern California arise high in the mountains, fed mainly by snowmelt. They trickle and rush through meadows and gorges, through thickets of willow and alder, to the lowlands.

Our stream is fed by two pumps, recirculating from the pond, but it re-creates these native watercourses in its rush down the slope.


Looking upstream at the water flowing over the rocks


Next stop: Village Gathering Circle