Our Watershed Coordinators
Council for Watershed Health currently holds two Watershed Coordinator positions
in the Upper Los Angeles River Watershed Area
Located outside of the ULAR? We encourage you to reach out to your area's watershed coordinator(s). Click this map for a roster.
The Safe, Clean Water Program (SCWP) was established with the passage of Measure W in 2018 by voters in Los Angeles County with the guiding goals of improving water quality, increasing water supply and enhancing communities.
The role of Watershed Coordinators was created as part of the Technical Resources Program to educate and build capacity in communities, connect potential applicants to technical resources, and build inclusion and meaningful engagement in pursuit of SCW Program Goals. Across the nine watershed areas, there are 12 Watershed Coordinators with some watershed areas having more than one Watershed Coordinator based on population size. The Watershed Coordinators for the Upper Los Angeles River Watershed Area are Carlos Moran (Council for Watershed Health), Kristina Kreter (Council for Watershed Health), and Adi Liberman (Environmental Outreach Strategies).
What's the role of a Watershed Coordinator?
Identify parties with project ideas & connect them with the Technical Resources Program
Gather input on community needs that SCWP projects can help fulfill
Support New Projects
Educate the public about SCWP projects and inform them about how to voice input