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Learn About the Exciting Organizational Changes Happening

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Partnership is now in a transition year--an exceptional point in its history when members are shaping the organization from the ground up to both advance water efficiency in California while serving member needs. Learn more by reading our fact sheet and list of frequently asked questions. 


Sustainable Landscape Training Program

Monday, February 08, 2016

Solano County Water Agency, City of Napa, Napa RCD, and Napa County have teamed with Bay Friendly to offer a “Training & Qualification Program for Design of Sustainable Residential Landscapes.”

This is a four day training that will meet each Wednesday, March 9 – 30 at Napa Valley College. Please see the attached or visit https://www.bayfriendlycoalition.org/BFL-DTQ.shtml for additional details


G3: Watershed Wise Landscape Professional Training

If You Really Want To Change The Landscape, You Need A Green Workforce.

Thursday, August 20, 2015
As an EPA approved WaterSense Partner, the G3 Watershed Wise Landscape Professional (WWLP) training is the only program nationally that builds critical thinking skills for evaluating landscapes and making water efficient, carbon sequestering, AND storm water reducing renovation decisions using the watershed approach. The class also includes a landscape water audit, site evaluation, and rain garden installation to reinforce and apply the theories learned in the classroom. Participants leave the workshop ready to use this knowledge in the field.
 

Upon successful completion of the coursework, participants acquire the WaterSense® labeled professional certification. This certification entitles them to be listed on the EPA WaterSense website as well as on the G3 searchable database for certified landscape professionals.

Visit the G3 website to find the training, test, and workshop schedules.

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When to Get Started With BMP Reporting and How to Do It

Thursday, August 13, 2015

If you are an experienced water conservation coordinator, and have been doing BMP reporting for many years, then perhaps the information below will ring true for you or you might have other timely advice to add. However, if you are new to water efficiency or have assumed a new position – one in which you will be responsible for BMP reporting soon – then please read my story and the advice that follows. I offer it humbly in the hopes that it can help others to avoid similar pitfalls.


Attention Water Providers! DWR Launches Statewide Turf & Toilet Rebate Programs

Wednesday, August 12, 2015
In response to California's continuing drought and the Governor's April 1 Executive Order mandating a 25-percent reduction in water use throughout California, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) on August 12 launched new residential water efficiency rebate programs covering single-family turf removal and toilet replacement. A program website has been established at SaveOurWaterRebates.com for program information and online rebate application submittal.

For more information regarding these programs, their eligibility requirements, program terms and conditions and to discuss ways we can work together to inform consumers of these new rebates, please join us for an informational webinar on Monday, August 17 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm. Click here to register, and please pass this invitation on to others in your organization who you believe would also be interested in learning about these programs.

Click the title above to read the full announcement.


 
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