Giving to UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences

Photo at Knaggs ranch. Water in background, muddy standing area in foreground. There are researchers, graduate students, and agency personnel gathered as a plan is being made for depositing fish in a rice field. 9 People are gathered in various conversation and mid-action.

Support Science to Inform Water Management and Policy

The Center for Watershed Sciences conducts interdisciplinary problem-solving research to shape water resource management in California and beyond. Students develop cross-disciplinary expertise through the education and research opportunities at CWS, becoming leaders in science, technology, and policy.

Gifting Options

Gifts to the Center for Watershed Sciences help further the study of critical water challenges, particularly in California, and focus on environmentally and economically sustainable solutions for managing rivers, lakes, and estuaries.

Gifts at every level support research, students, and outreach, and give the flexibility to address emerging needs and opportunities. There are two easy options for giving:

  1. Make a secure online gift by clicking the blue box below.
    Button image to click. It says, "Gift to CWS, click here to securely donate online"
  2. Write a check made out to "UC Regents." Please include "CWS" in the memo line and be assured that your gift will benefit the Center for Watershed Sciences. Mail to:

Center for Watershed Sciences
Watershed Sciences Building
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616-8527

Watershed Initiatives

Support our special initiatives to develop unique education, student, and research opportunities.

Picture from an Ecogeomorphology Field Trip. Four students and instructors are in a blue whitewater raft on a river
Person floating in a wetsuit on their ventral side while wearing snorkel gear
Close up image of a marine fish in seaweed and coral
Support Ecogeomorphology classes that teach cross-disciplinary collaboration in expedition settings. Support students in their academic pursuits to solve water problems. Support research that addresses critical water issues in California, the Western US, and beyond.