Siezing the Moment with the SuperSucker

Authored by Ian Jacobson, LAW’s Dive Program Manager Winter diving can be tough—and this year was no exception, with all of the storms that drenched LA. Luckily, they brought much-needed rain, but […]

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 […]

Cross-County Community Science: LAW Trains MPA Collaborative Partner at Crystal Cove

LAW has been monitoring LA County’s mainland Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) from our boat since the areas were designated in 2012. Joining the MPA Collaborative network of land-based MPA Watch programs, LAW […]

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 […]

Back in the Water: LAW Divers Hunt Alien Seaweed

What we’re seeing and how we plan to remove it! Author: Ian Jacobson, Dive Program Coordinator LA Waterkeeper’s Dive Program has had a busy year. We’ve undergone a total transformation—shifting our focus […]

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 […]

Hold the Water

Governor Brown announced a State of Emergency in January 2014: California is experiencing the worst drought in recorded history. Fast forward to eight months later >>> We haven’t had nearly enough rain […]

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