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

All over the world, there are conversations happening about how to live more sustainably with nature. Urban areas in particular are working to reintroduce nature as a means to revitalize resources and promote environmental health and resilience. Here in LA County, Coun...

The Los Angeles River Watershed is approximately 834 square miles and home to a whopping 9 million people living among 43 cities (LACDPW). The Los Angeles River itself runs 52 miles from its headwaters in Canoga Park to the Pacific Ocean. As the river winds, it crosses...

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...

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