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  Posted on 2/11/2016
COUNCIL WELCOMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WENDY RAMALLO
We are pleased to announce that our search for a new permanent executive leader has concluded. Please join us in welcoming WENDY RAMALLO as the new Executive Director of the Council for Watershed Health. more...
    
  Posted on 2/9/2016
FIFTEEN SITES, THREE DAYS, ONE L.A. RIVER
Registration is now open to anyone who wants to contribute their efforts to the Great Los Angeles River CleanUp! more...
    
  Posted on 1/19/2016
DRAFT EXTENSION FOR EMERGENCY WATER CONSERVATION
The proposed text for the Governor's Extended Emergency Water regulation is available on this link. more...
    
  Posted on 2/9/2016
  FROM THE LA TIMES, SUPERVISORS MAY REVISIT RAISING RUNDS FOR STORMWATER PROJECTS
  As a result of the drought and El Niño, some local officials and activists want to revisit raising money for regional stormwater projects. more...
    
  Posted on 2/9/2016
  2016 CFCC FUNDING FAIRS (MONTHLY)
  The California Financing Coordinating Committee (CFCC) was formed in 1998. CFCC members conduct free funding fairs statewide each year to educate the public and potential customers about the different member agencies and the financial and technical resources available. more...
    
  Posted on 2/3/2016
  EPA BLOG: GO WITH THE FLOW -- GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
  Today, EPA is releasing a summary report of the results from their program "Tools, Strategies and Lessons Learned from EPA Green Infrastructure Assistance Projects" -- that they hope leads to even greater growth in green infrastructure. more...
    
  Posted on 1/12/2016
  U.S. SUPREME COURT ALLOWS PROTECTION FOR SANTA ANA SUCKER (FISH)
  The U.S. Supreme Court let stand the protection of 9,300 acres of critical habitat for Southern California’s Santa Ana sucker, which has vanished from nearly 95 percent of its historic range. The habitat designation had been the focus of long-running legal challenges. more...
    
  Posted on 1/7/2016
  SO CAL EDISON EL NINO UPDATES.....
  Stay safe always and be prepared for El Nino! So Cal Edison Company has information and preparations throughout its service territory. more...
    
  Posted on 8/19/2015
  WHAT GROWS AFTER NATURAL DISASTERS? NEWS FROM L.A. TIMES
  Career botanist Peggy Olwell has watched the aftermath of natural disasters when non-native species have been replanted. However, "Science shows that local is best. If it evolved here, we know it does best here," she said. more...
    
  Posted on 8/19/2015
  SAN GABRIEL NATIONAL MONUMENT COMMENTS
  The San Gabriel Mountains Community Collaborative has completed its comments on the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument “Need to Change” Analysis, which were delivered to the U.S. Forest Service. more...
    
   
  
  
  
February 13
UC CALIF NATURALIST CERTIFICATION COURSE
  
  
February 17
BRIEFING ON LONG TERM FINDINGS OF THE WATER AUGMENTATION STUDY
  
  
February 18
AQUARIUM LECTURE ON OF ORCAS AND MEN
  
  
February 18
LA COUNTY WEED MANAGEMENT AREA MEETING
  
  
February 18
URBAN FORESTS TREE PESTS WORKSHOP
  
  
February 23
CALIFORNIA WATER 2016 AND BEYOND
  
  
February 23
AQUARIUM LECTURE ON USC CATALINA HYPERBARIC CHAMBER
  
  
February 25
2016 LAND AND WATER SUMMIT CREATING A NEW PARADIGM
  
  
March 02
AQUATIC ACADEMY ON GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS
  
  
March 10
CLIMATE RESOLVE PRESENTS COOLEST IN LA
  
  
April 11
CALIFORNIA RAPID ASSESSMENT METHOD CRAM TRAININGS