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This project will produce native plants for use at restoration sites throughout the Los Angeles and San Gabriel River Watersheds. Learn More

Community orientation camps on the impact of drought and community-based drought mitigation strategies. Formation of user groups and technical backstopping for their institutional development ugs will be given technical inputs to set up systems to strengthen their drought mitigation and … Learn More

This project is managing vegetation in Bluff Mesa Meadow to enhance natural hydrologic function in the Santa Ana River Watershed. Learn More

To empower the community to utilize natural resources sustainably through advocacy, education and promotion of climate smart technologies. Learn More

We have worked with the University of California, the University of Arkansas and rice farmers in the Mississippi Delta, to develop an innovative farming technique called Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD), which uses 30% less water and reduces GHG emissions … Learn More

Chalk Creek is one of the largest networks of intact habitat for the at-risk Bonneville Cutthroat trout. It suffers from habitat fragmentation, stream dewatering, and habitat alteration caused by agricultural land use. An irrigation diversion in the South Fork of … Learn More

Participatory Human Rights Advancement Society (PHRAS) was established With a view to provide basic Rights/facilities/welfare and amenities to the people, including Drug Addicts, and in field of basic Health, basic Education, Elimination of Child Labor, Sanitation, Water Supply, Women Development, … Learn More

The Rio Grande Water Fund is a ground-breaking project that is protecting vital forests in northern New Mexico—and the water they provide. We’re uniting water users and using innovative research, tools and alliances to help protect water and the natural … Learn More

Proeza is an International Group headquatered in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, focusing in long-term sustainable growth. It is recognized for its continuous improvement, long-term relationships with customers and its commitment to developing talent. It currently has 4 business areas: - … Learn More

Our mission is to creatively tackle water challenges of a rapidly changing world where water and climate interact with food, energy, ecosystems and urbanization. Combining the rigor of scientific research with the impact of effective policy, we aim to design … Learn More