2015 Riverwalk Results
Results from the Santa Ana Riverwalk have been documented in the annually updated Riverwalk Atlas. The Atlas provides a map-based summary of the data collected during the annual survey event.
The data reflected […]
The Forest First Program was created because the national forests encompass approximately 30% of the Santa Ana River Watershed’s land mass and receive 90% of its annual precipitation. It was designed as a collaborative […]
On June 24, 2015, the Department of Water Resources announced the award of the 2014 Water-Energy Grant Program whereby SAWPA’s regional project, the Water-Energy Community Action Network (WECAN), will receive a total of $2.3 […]
A Volunteer Effort: The 2014 Riverwalk
The Santa Ana River Watershed includes a mixture of urban, suburban and rural populations of people that border the Pacific Ocean, small creeks and the region’s central waterway, the […]
As a City Manager, General Manager, Tribal Representative, Non-Profit Manager, etc. you are responsible to the constituents you serve. The catch is that as a leader you can no longer go it alone because […]
It’s been a great year for the Inland Empire Brine Line, which exported 92,000 tons of salty brine water to help protect groundwater in the upper Santa Ana River Watershed.
SAWPA’s Brine Line was built […]
There is region that covers a large part of the American West, 1/12th the Continental U.S. land mass in fact, that is in a 14 year drought. Researchers from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the University of California, Irvine found […]
On January 17, 2014, Governor Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown declared a drought state of emergency. With less rains, the State is finding ways to direct funds to drought-impacted communities, thus SB 103 and 104, […]
Adoption of the OWOW 2.0 Plan by Mark Norton On February 4, 2014, the SAWPA Commission officially adopted the One Water One Watershed (OWOW) 2.0 Plan , Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) Plan for the Santa Ana River Watershed. . […]
Dr. Ken Baerenklau Present Study on Block Rates to the SAWPA Commission How well do block rate water budgets work to encourage customers to conserve water? Dr. Ken Baerenklau, Associate Professor of Environmental Economics Policy at the University of California, […]