Growing Green Leaders

Today we’re celebrating the graduation of 8 young West County residents from our ‘Basins of Relations’ Watershed Restoration Training Program! Over the past 15 weeks, these young adults have cared […]

Our Watersheds team is growing!

This year, thanks to a grant from the California Strategic Growth Council and California Department of Conservation, we have founded a new area of work centered around Water Conservation- which […]

Insights from Our Restoration Training Program

We had a great time at the Contra Costa Watershed Symposium today, which featured UT’s Doria Robinson and Solwazi Allah as speakers/panelists. Yesterday, we were so grateful to spend some […]

Watershed Crew Recap

We had an awesome Earth Day full of great volunteers and partner organizations! We were able to pick up about 11 cubic yards of trash and 12 tires in our […]

Watershed Crew Insight!

Watershed Crew member Byron wedding Rain gardens along Codornices creek, maintaining these structures clean of trash and weeds so they continue to filter runoff water as best as they can! […]

Watershed Update

WTS update: Sun is shining and flowers are blooming, hummingbirds nesting, mushrooms and mud sculptures. Grateful for every day. Can all be seen at Albany Hill:) next time you hike […]

San Pablo Creek Cleanup

Shout out to our volunteers that showed up this beautiful Saturday morning, we cleaned some trash along the way to San Pablo creek and we were able to get 23 […]

It’s that time of the year !!

Planting season is here and it’s our favourite! Our plants are ready to go into the ground and flourish Join us next Saturday to plant along San Pablo creek and […]

Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary Visit

This week the WTS crew took a trip to visit Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary! What a beautiful place with amazing birds all around and great staff! Starting October […]

WTS Update

WTS Update these past two weeks the watershed crew has been gaining some knowledge that we can apply at the sites we work at! Albany’s Urban forester/arborist John gave us […]