SOURCE: Association of California Water Agencies

Association of California Water Agencies

August 14, 2009 13:20 ET

'Save Our Water' Offers Online Spanish-Language Content

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - August 14, 2009) - The "Save Our Water" statewide public education program has added Spanish-language conservation tips and other information to its popular Web site, www.saveourH2O.org.

Spanish-language content includes an overview of the state's current water shortages and the need to conserve. Tips for conservation inside and outside the home also are included. To visit the Spanish-language portion of the site, find the "Español" link on the homepage at www.saveourH2O.org.

The Save Our Water program was launched recently by the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) and the California Department of Water Resources in response to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's statewide drought proclamation in February. Patterned after the successful "Flex Your Power" public education campaign, the program aims to educate Californians about the state's water challenges and encourage greater water conservation.

For more information about the "Save Our Water" program and ways to conserve water, visit www.saveourh2o.org or follow the program on Facebook or Twitter. For more information about ACWA, visit www.acwa.com. To learn more about the Department of Water Resources, visit www.water.ca.gov.

Contact Information

  • Media contact:
    Jennifer Persike
    Association of California Water Agencies
    916-441-4545