CWC’s Version of Decolonization 101

CWC’s Version of Decolonization 101

After nearly eighteen months of dedicated learning about race, diversity, equity and inclusion, I am using this blog post to share how CWC has done, what we’ve learned and where we’re going. Dedicated learning for us has included weekly meetings focused on...
Once, Twice, Three Times a Ranger!

Once, Twice, Three Times a Ranger!

Last Tuesday, third and fourth grade Watershed Rangers students in After School Academy were asked to brainstorm ideas and suggestions for their upcoming stewardship action projects. Students reflected on the field trips we’ve taken over the past few months and some...
Why Flags?

Why Flags?

As you meander along the east side of the Santa Cruz Riverwalk, you have likely noticed the sea of yellow, blue and pink and white landscaping flags covering the riverbank between the Soquel Avenue and Laurel Street bridges. You may have wondered, “What are...
Lighting the Way (and the Riverwalk)!

Lighting the Way (and the Riverwalk)!

The Santa Cruz City Council recently approved the final step for installing more lights at the Santa Cruz Riverwalk and a contract for the work is to be awarded by the end of the year. The goal in lighting the Riverwalk is a safer evening and nighttime path for...