Smarter Water Town Hall Packs the House in Culver City

Local Water Experts Expose Shortcomings of Proposed Ocean Desalination Plant and Highlight Alternatives LOS ANGELES, May 12, 2017—Culver City residents and other engaged community members convened at the Veterans Memorial Building last […]

Students See Firsthand the Need for Ecological Restoration of our LA River

Authored by Melissa von Mayrhauser, LAW’s Watershed Program Manager What would we like to see for the future of the LA River? Just ask some Aspire High School students from Huntington Park […]

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 […]

L.A. County Agrees to Fund $4 Million in Stormwater Projects and Watts Green Street

Settlement with NRDC and LA Waterkeeper will support regional clean water projects and long-standing revitalization efforts in the historic community LOS ANGELES (November 28, 2016) — A judge approved a settlement with […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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