The collection covers the papers and campaign documents of the various policy areas on which Mrs. Green worked, from national
campaign finance reform to water policy in Southern California, including the California League of Conservation Voters, Common
Cause, Heal the Bay, Women For:, the Working Alliance to Equalize Rates, and others.
Southern California-based environmental activist Dorothy Green (born March 16, 1929) has been a leader in California water
policy for over thirty years. Mrs. Green has been a Board Member of the California Planning and Conservation League since
1978. In 1979 Mrs. Green served as a founding member of W.A.T.E.R.: The Working Alliance To Equalize Rates, a nonprofit devoted
to water efficiency in Southern California that functioned as a watchdog for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
In 1985 she founded Heal the Bay, an environmental nonprofit devoted to restoring the water quality of Santa Monica Bay.
In 2007, Green published a book with the UC Press titled, Managing Water: Avoiding Crisis in California.
87 boxes (43.5 linear feet)
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