Celebrate Earth Day at Los Angeles Waterkeeper’s 6th Annual Stand Up for Clean Water Event

Unique paddleboard race and marine celebration to bring hundreds to Paradise Cove in Malibu on April 22 LOS ANGELES, April 5, 2017—On Saturday, April 22, Los Angeles Waterkeeper welcomes ocean enthusiasts to […]

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring! Can We Go Back to Wasting Water?

With the recent torrential downpour (by LA standards) engulfing the southland, one of the most common questions we’ve heard at LA Waterkeeper has been “is the drought over?”. Implicit—and sometimes explicit—in this question […]

Saving SoCal’s Last Remaining Wetlands

Restoration Coalition Launches New Website  Los Angeles Waterkeeper is thrilled to announce the launch of a collaborative website that showcases our work with the Wetlands Restoration Principles (WRP) Coalition. The newly minted […]

Water Stewardship During Storm Season

Attention all pluviophiles: Los Angeles is officially in its rainy season. Really! Here at LA Waterkeeper, we’re eagerly refreshing our weather forecast websites and scanning the clouds, hoping to see some raindrops […]

LAW vs The Water Boards: How to Weaken Water Standards

This blog is the third installment of a series authored by LAW Staff Attorney, Arthur Pugsley. Read the first and the second installment before this one! The Water Boards’ resolutions we are challenging […]

LAW vs. The Water Boards: Latest Battle in a Long War

This blog is the second installment of a series authored by LAW Staff Attorney, Arthur Pugsley. Read the third installment here.   Last time, we explained why Waterkeeper filed suit against the “Site Specific Objectives” […]

LAW vs. The Water Boards: Why We Sued

This blog is the first installment of a series authored by LAW Staff Attorney, Arthur Pugsley. Read the second installment here.  Los Angeles Waterkeeper (LAW) filed suit in Los Angeles on July 18 seeking to overturn […]

New Data Visualization Shows Massive Climate Benefit of Water Conservation

LA Waterkeeper says State Water Board’s weakening of drought regulations harms our environment LOS ANGELES, June 3, 2016 — Data compiled by the University of California Davis Center for Water-Energy Efficiency shows […]

California King Tides

What are King Tides? King Tides, very simply, are the biggest tides of the year. They occur when the sun and moon exert gravity on the earth in such a way that […]

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