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One-Minute Solar Cup
 

Solar Cup is a high school education program in which teams of students from throughout Southern California build and race solar-powered boats.

Southern California World Water Forum College Grant Program
 

A quick glimpse at this year's World Water Forum event.

Solar Cup 2017
 

Solar Cup is a high school education program in which teams of students from throughout Southern California build and race solar-powered boats. Check out the 2017 event.

Metropolitan promotes and practices environmental sustainability. From paper waste and outdoor landscaping to company cars and energy use, Metropolitan is committed to using finite resources in a wise and responsible manner with a view toward long-range viability and compatibility with the environment. Metropolitan embraces technologies and practices that will help achieve long-term sustainability and responsible use of our natural resources to help improve the environment and protect habitat. ​



Community Events
Nov
08

​The Council for Watershed Health invites you to its Fall Fundraiser - Looking Forward - Celebrating LA's Water Future. Enjoy a beautiful evening at the California Science Center Ecosystems Gallery and join the celebration of another year of collaboration, impact and the work of water leaders throughout LA County.

Nov
16

​Join BizFed Institute for part of a three-part series on population change and the impact in California. How do we ensure that industry and 11 million more residents will have access to the essentials and the capacity to thrive.

Dec
07
700 No. Alameda Street, downtown Los Angeles

Please join us as we celebrate student artists, teachers and parents for the “Water is Life” student art exhibit.

Apr
19
Spring Green Expo
Metropolitan Water District, 700 North Alameda St. Los Angeles
This event, which is open to all and free to attend, is an opportunity for Metropolitan, along with other agencies, businesses, conservation organizations, and the educational community to highlight their role as the innovators and providers of environmentally-friendly programs, products and services that save water and promote sustainability.
May
18
Lake Skinner
The seven-month education program culminates in a three-day competition, May 18-20, as high-schoolers build and race solar-powered boats.



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