This Giving Tuesday, we’re celebrating 30 years of stewarding California’s most precious natural resources. If you have already made a gift to Sustainable Conservation this year, thank you for your generous support! If you haven’t yet, this Giving Tuesday is a very special time to join us. All new and increased gifts will be matched […]
Learn about what your support made possible in 2022, and how you helped build a more sustainable water future for our state.
We recap our 2023 kick-off webinar on groundwater recharge, drought, California storms and what it all means for our water future
Sustainable Conservation has worked in California for 30 years to craft collaborative, enduring solutions to our state’s unique and pressing environmental problems. The start of 2023 has been a challenging time for California. Our hearts go out to all of those devastated by the floods. As we plan for a climate-resilient future, I’m taking a […]
Californians are accustomed to wet winters and the stress flooding brings along with this important replenishment cycle. Rain and snowpack totals are significant, but what does this all mean for our water future? Is it enough?
Our partnership with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) is the bedrock for expanding our climate-modeling scenarios and tools to four additional watersheds in the San Joaquin Valley (SJV.) We sat down with Kamyar Guivetchi, Manager of the Division of Planning, and Ajay Goyal, Manager of the Statewide Infrastructure Investigations Branch, to talk about […]
We dove deep into flood risk, floodplain potential, and environmental possibilities with our Water for the Future Program Director Aysha Massell. Now, we’re talking to our entire water team about why our DWR-backed watershed expansion is a watershed moment for Sustainable Conservation, and for California. We chatted about why scale matters when managing water, what […]
As we chart a path for our joint effort to expand our Merced River Watershed study to four additional watersheds in the San Joaquin Valley, we checked in with Water for the Future Program Director Aysha Massell to learn more about why the project is so critical for California’s water and people. Massell gave a […]