In honor of #WomensHistoryMonth, we remember Council for Watershed Health’s #FierceFemale founder, Dorothy Green. Throughout her life and into her final days, Dorothy Green envisioned and advocated for revitalized waterways and clean, abundant water for all. Consistently named a “gifted visionary” by those around her, she mapped out the need for sustainable watershed management and consensus building across the patchy jurisdictions of our regional watersheds. Armed with the facts, her science-based approach and passionate spirit, she was founding president of Heal the Bay and Council for Watershed Health and a founder of the California Impact Network. In her final years, she published her book, “Managing Water - Avoiding Crisis in California”, which is now more timely than ever. Today, her legacy lives on as we work #together toward sustainable, water-saving cities and resilient watersheds. #CelebratingWomen#HealthyWatersheds#HealthyCommunities#LosAngeles#California
Couldn’t resist sharing another one from today. .
Another grotty doorway making a great spot for a photo! .
Sometimes the ugliest places are fab for photos...obviously you have to avoid the local weirdos and clone out the huge green bin in photoshop...😂😂