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Blog Archives

January Channel Islands Orca Sightings

By Seri McClendon On January 8th 2017 we were surprised to spot a pod of Orcas from our boat off the coast of Channel Islands. As a native of Seattle, these mammals are dear to my northwest culture upbringing but

CATEGORIES: Water, Wildlife

How California is turning drainage canals back to rivers

The Santa Ana River, born of snowmelt and natural springs near Big Bear Lake, flows through Southern California as one of the region’s most scenic rivers — until it hits Orange County. After cutting through a deep, lush canyon and

CATEGORIES: Community, Water TAGS: , ,

Sustainable LA?

Sustainable LA

Adventure Journal recently published a good article about some of the future programs being developed for our great city of Los Angeles. Located in Los Angeles and with our work in the sustainable space, we thought it was inspiring to

Reflections on the 4Liters Challenge


For two days this week, Seri and I participated in DIGDEEP Water’s 4Liters campaign, and lived on just 4 liters of water. We did this to raise awareness, and funds, to support water access projects. We also did it for

CATEGORIES: Community, Company News, Water

Webinar Recording: Why Water Matters to Your Brand

In case you missed it live, click the video to watch the recording of Wednesday’s webinar entitled: Why Water Matters to Your Brand. Webinar: Why Water Matters to Your Brand from Candace Hodder on Vimeo.

CATEGORIES: Company News, Events, Water