Community Water Center

Community-driven water solutions through organizing, education, and advocacy

Water is a human right, not a privilege.

Marzo 2019 eNews

ON Apr 05, 2019

Policy Campaigns 2019

ON Apr 05, 2019

2018 was a big year for Community Water Center. Our very own Laurel Firestone is now a Board Member of the State Water Resources Control Board, Monterey County became the first county in the US to declare that water is a “human right”, and Governor Newsom proposed a Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund in the 2019/2020 budget.

March 2019 eNews

ON Mar 29, 2019

AGUA Member Josie Nieto Selected as Award Winner for Women’s History Month in Tulare County

ON Mar 27, 2019

Long-time AGUA member and Community Activist Josie Nieto was selected as an award winner for Women’s History Month by Tulare County Supervisor Eddie Valero! She is being honored for her activism, organizing her community towards long-term safe and affordable drinking water solutions.

Apr

25

CWC Watsonville Office Open House

Date: 04/25/19 Time: 04:00 PM-06:00 PM
City: Watsonville

Jul

27

An Evening of Art and Justice

Date: 07/27/19 Time: 04:00 PM-07:00 PM

" CWC has stepped in at all stages... to improve drinking water quality in the Central Valley, from testifying to policymakers to organizing to working to get local projects funded. "

--GRIST.COM

LAUREL FIRESTONE

CWC Co-founder and Co-Executive Director, awarded 2013 Gary Bellow Public Service Award

by The Harvard Law School.

SUSANA DE ANDA

CWC's Co-Founder & Co-Executive Director awarded "Top Activist" in 2012

by Marie Claire magazine.