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Posted on 5/13/2015
STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD RATIFIES GOVERNOR'S REDUCTION GOALS
Adoption of Governor Brown's 25% statewide water reduction for urban water use was made official by the State Water Resources Control Board.
Posted on 5/6/2015
URGENT: YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GREYWATER!
Greywater Education Webinar, a 3-part series online, is being held on Wednesdays, June 17, 24 and July 1. Urgently needed now during our drought,
Posted on 5/5/2015
HOME DEPOT TO STOP SELLING INVASIVE PLANTS IN OVER 200 OF ITS STORES IN CALIFORNIA
PlantRight, a statewide campaign that partners with California plant growers and retailers to voluntarily phase out invasive plants in the state’s $11 billion horticultural industry, announced that it has secured key corporate commitments from Home Depot in promoting safe, non-invasive plants to benefit the state’s environment and people.
Posted on 5/19/2015
CICLAVIA SEEKS A SEASONED LEAD FOR THE NEW LA
CicLAvia, the most successful open streets organization in North America, is seeking a new Executive Director, as the team expands.
Posted on 5/5/2015
UCCE TO HOST WORKSHOP ON "KEEPING PLANTS HEALTHY DURING DROUGHT AND WATER RESTRICTIONS"
The University of California Cooperative Extension horticulturists will be conducting a timely and important workshop 'Keeping Plants Healthy During Drought and Water Restrictions' on June 2nd.
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).
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.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WATER DIALOGUE
SAN GABRIEL MTS CNPS CHAPTER MONTHLY MEETING
KEEPING PLANTS HEALTHY DURING DROUGHT AND WATER RESTRICTIONS WORKSHOP
2ND ANNUAL LOS ANGELES RIVER DAY
DRAFT STATE WILDLIFE ACTION PLAN PUBLIC MEETING
NATIVE SEED RESOURCES COALITION
CALIFORNIA INVASIVE PLANT COUNCIL SYMPOSIUM
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