Dorothy Green's leadership charted a course of building consensus and integration and challenged us to think 'upstream' where the impact begins

Last week, as calendars were being flipped to August, CWH was busy moving out of our long-time offices in the Metropolitan Water District building and into new (much smaller) spaces. Although we are still settling in, Council for Watershed Health is now calling WeWork...

Cities all over the globe are rethinking, revitalizing and reclaiming their waterways as ecological, recreational, and cultural assets.

Aerial photo of the Los Angeles River, BBC Travel

Over 50% of the global population lives within 1.86 miles of a freshwater body and mo...

It’s that time of year again… the Council for Watershed Health is back with #SummerScienceFridays!

A crowd of people gather around the Eaton Canyon sampling site (LALT204) on Memorial Day 2018.

As we eagerly greet the summer season, it is important that we all remember t...

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