Our 2017 annual report highlights how we work with students and all our partners to solve real-world environmental challenges.
An informational tour of the Copeland Creek watershed was hosted by the WATERS Coordinator Claudia Luke and Sonoma County Water Agency to discuss water, land, and Copeland Creek flooding challenges.
SSU preserve lands were spared during the North Bay fires, although our smallest preserve, Los Guillicos, suffered intensive damage from fire fighting activities.
Seven faculty in five departments were awarded WATERS funding to engage their students in water-related projects this semester.
WATERS collaborated with the School of Science & Technology, the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Experiences (SOURCE), and others to host a campus wide symposium that celebrated the achievements of SSU students engaged in inquiry.
The State Water Resources and Control Board has awarded a $2.3 million grant to help university students take a bigger role in improving water management and efficiency in California’s disadvantaged communities.
Sonoma State University has received a $330,000 grant from the Sonoma County Water Agency for academic and sustainability programs in the University's WATERS collaborative.