News
  Posted on 2/13/2015
NEW DATASET RELEASED TO HELP IMPROVE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
Council for Watershed Health recently released a spatial dataset that reveals the potential water supply benefit of stormwater capture within each of the sub-watersheds designated by the Los Angeles County Watershed Management Modeling System (WMMS). more...
    
  Posted on 2/11/2015
NATIVE SEED RESOURCES COALITION FEATURED ON KCET ARTICLE
Preparing for Native Plant Rest+oration on the L.A. River . . . the Native Seed Resources Coalition (NSRC), a group of organizations working to ensure that there is an adequate supply of locally sourced plants for L.A. River projects and other public and private projects in the watershed. more...
    
  Posted on 2/3/2015
THE SOIL SUMMIT IS COMING FEB 24TH AND 25TH. REGISTER NOW!
In order to influence policy and projects aimed at reducing the effects of climate change, the Urban Soil Carbon Water Summit partners invite you to join the dialogue and claim a leadership role in building the formula for abundance and urban resiliency. more...
    
  Posted on 1/27/2015
  2015 UNITED STATES WATER PRIZE WINNERS ANNOUNCED
  The U.S. Water Alliance announced the 5th annual prize winners for 2015, honoring organizations with strategies promoting the value of water, water innovations, and water sustainability. more...
    
  Posted on 1/14/2015
  LADWP TO HOST TWO PUBLIC MEETING ON STORMWATER CAPTURE
  The public's participation is vital to moving forward with the the Stormwater Capture Master Plan. Come to one of the two meetings! more...
    
  Posted on 7/15/2014
  JOIN US!
  Announcing a new membership program for people who care about clean water, reliable local water supplies, ample parks and open spaces, protected natural habitats, revitalized rivers, and vibrant communities. more...
    
   
  
  
  
March 09
WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PLANS STAKEHOLDER MEETING
  
  
March 17
ADAPT LA WEBINAR ON SEA LEVEL RISE AND COASTAL IMPACTS
  
  
March 28
RAINWATER HARVESTING AND RAIN TANKS