This is vital because we could avoid polluting our oceans, rivers, and creeks and refill our supply of usable water. Not only can we improve our watershed health, but we can also bring these health benefits to our communities. We have funding in LA County to create water capture projects. In fact, there are already projects built in areas of Los Angeles such as Bradley Green Apply, Normandie Ave Elementary, and Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park. In addition to capturing water, these projects include native plants, seating areas, and walking trails. This transformed the original space into one that is more community friendly and climate resilient.