Community Clean Water Institute (CCWI) is dedicated to protecting water quality and public health throughout Northern California by identifying pollution sources through the collection and analysis of water quality data. CCWI shares the information collected with government regulatory agencies and the public, and engages in education and community outreach activities.
Mermaids Work for Clean Water
Vira the Mermaid, a long-time benefactor and advocate of CCWI, monitors Fife Creek and heads up an extensive restoration effort in the riparian area along Fife Creek. In her role as a mermaid, she promotes the protection of all our natural waters inland to the coast.
CCWI “Give-Back-Tuesday” at the Rainbow Cattle Company in Guerneville CA.
Online Interactive Water Quality Database
Community Clean Water Institute now has available to the public an online interactive water quality database for streams and rivers in Sonoma County. Data collected by CCWI’s dedicated monitors since 2003 is displayed in graph format for over 100 monitoring sites. To explore further click here.
Get to know your watershed through this easy interactive tool. Choose your water body of interest and measured parameter to compare trends and changes over time.
- Dissolved oxygen
- Electrical conductivity
- Water temperature