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

Enhancing park and open space in the Los Angeles and San Gabriel River watersheds is essential to creating healthy communities for all Angelenos. This is central to the mission of the Council for Watershed Health (CWH). On November 8th, we would like to recognize an or...

As the Council for Watershed Health fosters the next generation of future water leaders through its programs and partnerships, we are celebrating the young water leaders shaping the path toward a resilient water future for Los Angeles.

On November 8th, the Council will...

LocoL - Los Angeles Times Restaurant of the Year and member of LA Original, a program of the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development - represents the revolutionary idea that fast food can be wholesome, delicious and s...

October 13, 2017

As the Council continues to shape the next generation of future water leaders through its programs and partnerships, we’d like to celebrate the work of leaders laying the foundation for a resilient Los Angeles.

The Council for Watershed Health will present The Honorable...

October 4, 2017

Dorothy Green forever changed the way California’s water agencies interact with each other and with the communities they serve. She challenged us to capture more stormwater to increase local water supplies, use natural systems to improve water quality and focus on inve...

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