Ongoing monitoring and protection of native, threatened and endangered species within the Wash is an important part of the work done at the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District.
Many thanks to Redlands Conservancy, who teamed up with us to take more than 45 people on a walking tour of portions of the Wash not currently open to the
San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District President Melody McDonald today announced the appointment of Betsy Miller Vixie as general manager, replacing former General Manager Daniel Cozad, who, after 12 years
The Wash was teeming with life during recent biological survey work done this month as a part of the Upper Santa Ana River Wash Habitat Conservation Plan.
Water is precious. That’s why we work hard to make sure we capture whatever surface flow we can from winter rain and snowmelt, and hold it in recharge basins so it sinks