May 26, 2009
May is Water Awareness Month in California and with the shortage of rainfall this year, conserving water is more important than ever. The City of Woodland, through the Water Conservation Initiative, has asked residents to voluntary cut back 20% on water use in order to support the Drought Emergency declaration by Governor Schwarzenegger. At the state level, the Association of California Water Agencies and the California Department of Water Resources have launched a new “Save Our Water” campaign (make the image a link to the campaign) designed to educate Californians on the state’s water challenges and to encourage people to reduce the amount of water they use every day.
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