At Environmental Outreach Strategies, Inc., we offer guidance to our clients on environmental matters, especially when communicating a difficult message is involved such as building support for infrastructure, technologies, or policies that are vital to protecting the environment.
Serving California & the West
EOS has extensive experience in California. We understand the state’s diverse array of communities and excel at turning our local knowledge into actionable and successful outreach. We’ve worked for and with public officials, the media, non-profits, community-based organizations, grassroots leaders as well as corporations, philanthropies and others who influence key issues. We know California audiences and can help you access them.
Outreach & Engagement: Clearwater Tunnel Project
Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts
Since 2017, Environmental Outreach Strategies has been providing our services to the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts (LACSD) on their Clearwater Tunnel Project; a 7-mile tunnel to carry treated wastewater from their facility in Carson to existing ocean outfalls at Royal Palms Beach. In 2019, the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts were awarded with the Public Information & Education Award from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) for their work on the Clearwater Tunnel Project. In 2020, the California Water Environment Association (CWEA) held a contest for community outreach programs and LACSD was awarded with first place for their video overview of the Clearwater Project.
For more information on the Clearwater Tunnel Project, check out them out on the web at www.clearwater.lacsd.org.
Los Angeles County's Safe, Clean Water Program
The Safe, Clean Water Program (SCWP) was established with the passage of Measure W in 2018 by voters in Los Angeles County with the guiding goals of improving water quality, increasing water supply and enhancing communities. The role of Watershed Coordinators was created as part of the Technical Resources Program to educate and build capacity in communities, connect potential applicants to technical resources, and build inclusion and meaningful engagement in pursuit of SCW Program Goals.
EOS' Adi Liberman is one of three Watershed Coordinators for the Upper Los Angeles River Watershed Area along with Carlos Moran and Clarasophia Gust with Council for Watershed Health.
For more information on the Safe, Clean Water Program, check out them out on the web at https://safecleanwaterla.org/upper-los-angeles-river-watershed-area/.