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WATERSHED CONSERVATION AUTHORITY

Joint Powers Authority 

WCA serves communities in our region through the conservation and preservation of open space, and through the improvement of access to parks and trails. By working with nature in our plans and projects we seek to enhance local water resources, native plant habitats, wildlife, and to advance the overall quality of life in both our natural and urban communities.
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    News and Events

    Storm Water Roundtable Feb 16

    U.S. Congresswoman Grace F. Napolitano is hosting a Storm Water Roundtable together with the Upper San Gabriel Valley Water District and San Gabriel Valley COG Tuesday Feb 16. Regulators, agencies, public, and press are invited to attend.

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    AB 530 Lower LA River Revitalization Informational Meeting Jan 28

    Come learn about Lower LA River revitalization planning, get information about important dates and meetings, and find out how to participate in the AB 530 working group Thursday Jan 28.

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    Forest Committee Program Jan 27

    WHAT: “Transforming Recreation along the San Gabriel River”

    WHEN:  Reception 7 p.m.; Program 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 27, 2016

    WHERE: Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N. Altadena Dr., Pasadena  

     

    The Forest Committee of the Sierra Club’s Angeles Chapter and San Gabriel Mountains Forever are hosting an informational event on the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Wednesday January 27, 2016.

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    Winter in SoCal

    Sunny in San Dimas with awesome views of mountain snow. With public support, new trails planned along Walnut Creek will make these spectacular views accessible to the local community.

     

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