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

What can climate resilience look like on a regional scale? How can we turn a giant metropolis like Los Angeles into an environmentally sustainable, resilient city, while still maintaining a sense of community?

Here is summary of regional strategies compiled from re...

Last week, we introduced our community resilience theme and learned that climate change is expected to impact Southern California communities through rising temperatures, extreme weather patterns, and regional water scarcity. This week, we’re going to take a closer loo...

June 16, 2018

This week's post and the next two #SummerScienceFridays will aim to answer the question: what do resilient communities look like?

Since there are many different ways to address this question and many different answers, this week we will start by focusing on what co...

CWH’s mission is to advance the health and sustainability of our region’s watersheds through inclusive stakeholder engagement. This means that much of our work directly involves the communities in which we work. At CWH, we believe that science belongs to everyone, rega...

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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