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


This summer, Occidental College students Jad Eways and Judy (Ya-Hsuan) Lin have literally gotten their feet wet in water quality fieldwork, science research, and science communication during their internship at the Council for Watershed Health.  Jad and Judy or (J&J,...

July 22, 2017

This summer, the Council’s science team has taken on the Summer Science initiative. As part of this initiative, the team asked that you submit questions related to our work, the river and your watersheds.

This week we are sharing those responses! Take a look below at so...

July 14, 2017

Now that we have told you what to look for on the Los Angeles river and how to responsibly recreate there, it is only fitting that we offer you a guide for river recreation. Being the hotspot for biodiversity that it is, the river’s offerings of outdoor recreational ex...

Sequoyah High School and Council for Watershed Health

Thomas McHenry, former Vice President of the Council for Watershed Health, first introduced the Council and Sequoyah High School at the Council’s 20th Anniversary Celebration in September 2016.  CWH and Sequoyah HS d...

July 7, 2017

How to be a better Watershed Steward: Promoting Healthy Streams for Angelenos

Over the last two years, our water quality team monitored recreational sites along both the San Gabriel and Los Angeles Rivers during the summer recreation season. During days of peak recreati...

Ya-Hsuan (Judy) Lin traveled on her own to the United States in the summer of 2015 to study biochemistry and public health at Occidental College. With work experience rooted in both scientific and community aspects, she became a physics and math tutor to 30 low-income...

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