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

This image is from one of our Community Dialogue meetings where we worked with local leaders of community-based organizations to host small, targeted conversations with residents about the importance of green infrastructure (Learn More About this Effort).

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With our LA #WatershedActive Recreation Guide, we shared how being #WatershedActive can be about enjoying recreational opportunities in the watershed. For this post and the next, we are expanding what it means to be #WatershedActive by helping individuals understand th...

With the Summer season heating up, many Angelenos are looking for easy and fun ways to beat the heat and enjoy the sunshine. Here at CWH, we believe that the best way to do that is to get active in your watershed! This summer, we encourage you to share your recreation...

#SummerScienceFridays are about connecting Angelenos to the LA River Watershed (LARW) and empowering them to be watershed stewards. This week, we’re helping readers get more acquainted with the LARW by giving them fun, science-related facts to put in their back pocket...

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