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 […]

Stormwater Capture in Action

by Hannah Sands In my previous post, I explained that stormwater runoff is the number one source of ocean pollution. This time, I will introduce how stormwater capture projects can not only […]

My Journey into Stormwater Capture

I’m Hannah, and I recently began my positon as a Climate Corps AmeriCorps Fellow with Los Angeles Waterkeeper. Throughout college, I conducted ethnographic research focusing on the environmental needs of various communities. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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