Welcome to Inland Empire Waterkeeper!
Inland Empire Waterkeeper is a grassroots, non-profit water quality organization with a mission to enhance and protect the quality of the waterways within the Upper Santa Ana River Watershed. This is accomplished through five program tenets: advocacy, education, research, restoration, and enforcement. Established in 2005, Inland Empire Waterkeeper is a chapter of Orange County Coastkeeper, which oversees the Orange County portion of the watershed, and is a separately licensed member of the international Waterkeeper Alliance.
Inland Empire Waterkeeper's vision is to achieve a sustainable watershed free of pollution and a community of motivated water stewards to ensure swimmable, drinkable, fishable waters within the Upper Santa Ana River Watershed.
Find more information on our RiverCamp blog post.
Little Seedlings--Classes Start Soon!
Children will learn colors, letters, numbers, and so much more through nature as they become the stewards of the future!
Great for children ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Children should bring a reusable water bottle and lunch to class every day. Students should also dress in layers, and wear closed-toe shoes, a hat, and sunscreen.
Ameal Moore Nature Center
Mondays/Wednesdays, Tuesdays/Thursdays- 9-Noon
Register at RivReg.org!
See the Little Seedlings-Ameal Moore flyer here!
Hidden Valley Nature Center
Fee: $160/month, 2-day option; $100/month, 1-day option
RSVP to an upcoming waterway cleanup event to help ensure swimmable, drinkable, fishable waters!
Earth Day Cleanup, 4/23/19
Great American Cleanup, 5/11/19
Solving Homelessness in the Watershed Regional Conference
On January 17, nearly 130 leaders from the State of California, local cities, counties, educational institutions and non-profit government organizations forged through the rain and heavy weather to gather at California State University San Bernardino for a working symposium to collaborate on the topic of homelessness in the watershed. The event opened with San Bernardino County Supervisor, Josie Gonzales. As an advocate for a “people first” philosophy, she shared insight on her personal experiences
of visiting with those experiencing homelessness living along the waterways of the Santa Ana River. Her heartfelt message passionately described the barriers, which are hindering opportunities for solutions.
Interested in volunteer opportunities? Visit the Calendar to RSVP to upcoming events!