LA Waterkeeper Prevails in Historic Wastewater Recycling Suit

Precedent-setting decision is a major step towards the region’s water independence. Read about the potential benefits for LA’s 10 million residents

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Melissa von Mayrhauser, Watershed Programs Manager

Melissa’s goal is to bring our freshwater ecosystems back to life and help people lead healthier lives through scientific research, partnership building, and watershed-level planning. She holds a Master’s of Science in […]

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Arthur Pugsley, Senior Attorney

A long-time California transplant from Boston, Arthur Pugsley comes to LAW with extensive experience with environmental issues as both an attorney and as a government environmental administrator. Prior to law school, Arthur […]

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Braving the Rains for Clean Water

Spring is here! Although it is time to say goodbye to rainy days, here at Los Angeles Waterkeeper (LAW) we cherish the wet season. This past winter was one of the wettest […]

We May Have Paved Over Paradise, But Measure W Could Save LA

Measure W is our chance to secure local, safe, clean water for generations of Angelenos This November, Angelenos have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to address the largest source of pollution to our regional […]

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A Clean Water Agenda For the Next Governor of California

California’s next Governor should be committed to achieving swimmable, fishable, drinkable waters for all communities and ecosystems; to ensure safe and affordable drinking water for all Californians; to protect the health of […]

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After Two Decades, Let’s Ensure the Updated LA River Master Plan Enhances Watershed and Community Health

by Melissa von Mayrhauser LA Waterkeeper will join as a member of the Los Angeles County River Master Plan Update Steering Committee, which will hold its first meeting today: Wednesday, April 11. […]

Safer, Greener LA Streets: A Case Study Along Ballona Creek

by Hannah Sands On a bright, sunny February day in the neighborhood of Del Rey, community members, politicians, environmental activists, and students all came together to celebrate a joyous event. It was […]

Pacific Star Sportfishing Faces Five Year License Suspension for Poaching in Marine Protected Area

by Michael Quill LAW’s Marine Protected Area (MPA) Boat Based Survey team has been monitoring human activity in and around the waters of our mainland LA County MPAs since January 2012. Fishing […]

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