At first glance, the area looks desolate, hardly a place for a wildlife refuge. But myriad tracks in the soft sand reveal the complex relationships of its native species: kangaroo
A successful 90-year history, including the completion of several collaborative projects, have made the most of local water recharge capabilities, with more work planned for enhanced storage in the future.
At a time when communities throughout the state are jostling for water resilience and independence, the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District today marks its 90th year of supporting local
Record-breaking rainfall on Dec. 14 brought a rush of water into the Wash, flowing at a rate of 350 cubic feet per second through the Plunge Creek Conservation Project. More than
The American Public Works Association, Inland Empire Section’s Board of Directors selected San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District’s Plunge Creek Conservation Project as the organization’s Water Supply Protection and Enhancement Project of the Year.
A steady force for local and state water issues, she is credited with building a spirit of collaboration to improve local water storage and resilience.