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Work together with CWH to effectively support community-driven design, environmental education, and sound water conservation efforts by building capacity of nonprofit organizations in traditionally underserved communities. 


Become a key supporter in CWH's work as regional leaders in facilitating an integrated, stakeholder driven process to safeguard the sustainability of Southern California's local water supplies and protecting the health of watersheds of the communities that depend on them. 


Collaboration at every intersection of government, industry and community requires greater innovation to meet the growing demands of climate change on our natural resources. Join our team as a Agency Partner to support CWH's efforts, from scientific research to green infrastructure design projects and active community engagement. 

All partners help support the work of CWH as we move forward together, treating the challenges ahead as opportunities and as a call to action for a more water resilient future that speaks to all communities throughout the region. 

Partnership opportunities include:

  • Featured sponsor of a CWH symposium or community dialogue

  • Guest column in quarterly magazine WatershedWise

  • Recognized as a key partner on website and Ad in WatershedWise

  • Exclusive month ad in the Landscaping Lightly Calendar

Community Partners:

Friends of the Los Angeles River

North East Trees

DayOne South El Monte

Pacoima Beautiful

San Gabriel Conservation

San Gabriel Mountains Forever

Heal the Bay


Trust for Public Land

Amigos De Los Rios

Bike SGV

The River Project


LA Waterkeeper

Grown in LA

Audubon Center at Debs Park 


The Nature Conservancy 

Los Angeles Conservation Corps

Eastside Riders Bike Club

Theodore Payne Foundation

Mujeres de la Tierra 

Wyland Foundation

Trust SouthLA

Urban Semillas

Los Angeles Land Trust 

First 5 LA

Corporate and Agency Partners:

Metropolitan Water District

Southern California Gas

Southern California Edison

Rivers and Mountains Conservancy

Los Angeles City Sanitation

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Los Angeles Unified School District

California Department of Water Resources 

State Water Resources Control Board

National Fish and Wildlife

Urban Waters Federal Partnership

Water Replenishment District 

Scotts MiracleGro

Environmental Protection Agency

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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