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

August 30, 2019

While hiking to one of our #LARWMP sites in the Angeles National Forest, our monitoring team came across trash cans that were seemingly opened by an animal. We assumed a raccoon was the culprit, but on the hike back, we spotted a mother black bear and her cubs climbing...

August 23, 2019

Here at Council for Watershed Health, we hold watershed education to high importance. Through our partnership with Southern California Edison (SCE), we have been able to continue our Watershed Connections: Science Communication Initiative. This initiative facilitates i...

August 16, 2019

This summer, our CWH intern, Jackson Caudle of Occidental College, researched the costs and benefits of living and artificial turf on athletic fields. Having played football throughout his life, this subject hit close to home. It’s also a timely topic for CWH as we wor...

Every Memorial Day, two stretches of the LA River open to the public for recreational uses. The Elysian Valley is in northeast LA and the Sepulveda Basin is in the San Fernando Valley. Recreational uses include walking, kayaking, and even fishing! Despite the river bei...

“We are being choked to death by the amount of plastic that we throw away. It's killing our oceans. It's entering into our bodies in the fish we eat.”

-  Kevin Bacon

Plastic, plastic, everywhere!

We all have heard how bad plastic is. In fact, it is proposed that the plast...

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