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Blogger - Sharon Fraser

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The Council welcomes Sharon Fraser to our team!  Sharon is available part time to answer member questions about water conservation program design or implementation, and use of the Council BMP reporting application. 

She recently retired from the El Dorado Irrigation District after more than 25 years of service, including eight years as the district’s water conservation coordinator. 

Sharon’s blog will offer insight and advice on water conservation program implementation, as well as feature new and successful conservation programs from Council members around the state.  We welcome you to send Sharon questions.  Send your email to asksharon@cuwcc.org.  

Watch for an online request form coming soon to this page to assist you in sending your questions to Sharon.

 

A Blog About Water Conservation & Efficiency for Council Members


CalWEP and AWE to Host Breakout Session at California Water Data Summit

CalWEP and AWE to Host Breakout Session at California Water Data Summit

8/24/2017 - 8/25/2017


California Data Collaborative (CaWD)'s Second Annual Water Data Summit takes place August 24-25th at Stanford Graduate School of Business. This two-day event will feature interactive panels on how big water data integration is supporting water managers in California.

Mary Ann Dickinson of the California Water Efficiency Partnership and the Alliance for Water Efficiency will chair Thursday's Breakout Session from 1:30pm-3:00pm and address the Outdoor Water Savings Research Initiative. CalWEP's Lisa Cuellar will speak about Sustainable Landscaping ROI Tools. Click here for more information about the Breakout Session.

Register today:

A member agency’s positive response to the Drought

Friday, November 06, 2015
During this 4TH year of drought, a lot of customers are experiencing drought fatigue, but so are the water providers that serve them. These have been trying years, with staffing and resources spread thin. Water agencies have risen to the task though, developing innovative outreach campaigns and implementing new water efficiency programs. All of your efforts deserve to be highlighted, but since there isn’t enough time and space to do this, I’m going to instead highlight one agency’s efforts. Located in the northern Sierra foothills, the Placer County Water Agency has been successful in their efforts to encourage customers and staff to keep up the good work. I hope their story will inspire you to hang in there too, as we continue to hope that several years of rain and snowfall are in the near future!
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