CWC is Hiring an After-School Educator

CWC is Hiring an After-School Educator

CWC’s Watershed Rangers environmental education program connects, inspires and empowers Santa Cruz County youth to explore and protect their local watersheds through meaningful hands-on learning and action. In partnership with local youth organizations,...
Coastal Bush Lupine

Coastal Bush Lupine

Every second Saturday of the month, CWC leads River Health Days where volunteers help plant and care for a variety of native plant species to increase biodiversity and habitat complexity and support a healthy river ecosystem. Coastal Bush Lupine (Lupinus arboreus) is...
Habitat Highlights from the Dry Season

Habitat Highlights from the Dry Season

Number of volunteers Number of Hours Volunteered Square Footage of Invasive Species Removed During the dry season in summer and fall, the banks of the San Lorenzo River turn from green to gold. Native plants finish flowering and go dormant, conserving their resources...

Are You Ready for Rain?

Are you ready for rain? Pollution affecting the San Lorenzo River comes from many, disperse sources known as nonpoint source pollution. When it rains, pollutants from all across the watershed are transported into the San Lorenzo River and the Monterey Bay National...