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  Posted on 10/15/2014
DISCUSS ECOLOGY OF THE LA RIVER WATERSHED AT NOVEMBER 7 CONFERENCE
The Council for Watershed Health invites you to join us for the Ecology of the LA River, which will highlight research on the biological resources within the Los Angeles River watershed including its algae, vascular plants, freshwater mollusks, fish, amphibians and reptiles, birds, and mammals. more...
    
  Posted on 10/9/2014
COUNCIL FOR WATERSHED HEALTH HAS OPENINGS
CWH is looking for a Development and Marketing Manager and a Senior Water Quality Scientist. We are accepting applications until October 28 for both positions. 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...
    
  Posted on 10/22/2014
  YOU ARE INVITED TO THE GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY
  ....for the Zev Yaroslavsky Los Angeles River Greenway Trail! This event -- creating public access & restoring native habitat -- will be held on Saturday, November 1st, at 11:00 am, on the L.A. River across from Whitsett Firestation # 78 in Studio City. more...
    
  Posted on 10/8/2014
  WILD AND SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL IN MALIBU
  Watch trailer and get inspired... more...
    
  Posted on 10/2/2014
  WRD APPLAUDS GOVERNOR BROWN FOR SIGNING INTO LAW HISTORIC GROUNDWATER PROTECTION BILLS
  **California's largest groundwater agency calls signings "game changer" for California** On September 17, Governor Brown signed 3 bills addressing California's unregulated groundwater system. more...
    
  Posted on 9/11/2014
  A REPORTER'S JOURNEY DOWN THE “MOST ENDANGERED” RIVER IN AMERICA - CALIFORNIA’S SAN JOAQUIN
  Last year readers voted for John D. Sutter, a CNN reporter, to do a story on the “most endangered” river in the country as part of his Change the List project. Many rivers could vie for that title...the San Joaquin was chosen in 2014 because it’s at a turning point. more...
    
   
  
  
  
November 01
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BOTANISTS SYMPOSIUM
  
  
November 01
GROUNDBREAKING FOR ZEV YAROSLAVSKY LA RIVER GREENWAY TRAIL
  
  
November 05
PUBLIC MEETING FOR SANTA ANITA STORMWATER AND SEISMIC PROJECT
  
  
November 07
ECOLOGY OF THE LA RIVER WATERSHED
  
  
November 08
RCDSMM WILD AND SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL
  
  
November 14
CLIMATE READY CITIES TAKING ACTION TO MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE
  
  
November 15
WATERSHED RESTORATION PROGRAM
  
  
November 15
WATERSHED RESTORATION VOLUNTEER RESTORATION DAY