Allison Harvey Turner co-authors an op-ed describing public and philanthropic investments to prevent the collapse of the Salton Sea.
As part of its effort to expand and enhance California’s migratory bird habitat, the Foundation has invested in demonstrating science-based solutions, incentive programs, and new tools for achieving habitat conservation on public and private land.
American Rivers envisions a nation where wild rivers are protected, developed rivers are managed to restore river health and community well-being, and clean, plentiful water is available and accessible to people, fish, and wildlife.
Allison Harvey Turner overviews the history of Foundation activity and how it has shaped direction for land and water investments.
New release from the Water Funder Initiative offers a roadmap for expanded collaborative action.
The California Water Foundation (CWF), an initiative of the Resources Legacy Fund, is committed to achieving a sustainable water supply to meet the needs of California’s farms, cities, and environment today and into the future.
The PPIC Water Policy Center was created to build on the successful model of strategic research and engagement that defines all of PPIC’s work. It connects nonpartisan, objective research to real world water management debates, with the goal of putting California water policy on a sustainable and constructive path.
The Center for Watershed Sciences enhances our understanding of the state’s water systems, informing their management.
LandPaths brings together community volunteers as environmental stewards, building a future where fewer financial resources are needed to maintain public lands.