We need your help. To conserve our limited water supply, we all have to work together to get the word out. Despite our outreach, there may be people who are not aware of the need to conserve water in this drought situation. There may also be people who want to help but don’t know what they can do. Below are some materials that you could use if you’d like to help us to outreach in your community. Help us spread the word!
‘Brown is the New Green’ lawn signs
Are you one of the many water-conscious residents who have stopped watering your lawn — or ripped it out altogether — as a way to conserve during our historic drought? If you are, and you want your friends and neighbors to know, we have a lawn sign for you.
The “Brown is the new green” lawn signs are part of the “There’s Never Enough to Waste. Turn the Water Off” campaign that is aimed at raising awareness about the importance of conserving water during the state’s historic drought. You can get a free sign by stopping by the Sonoma County Water Agency offices at 404 Aviation Blvd. in Santa Rosa between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Limit 3 per person.
Download the following Water Conservation Tips Card PDFs and print them out to use them for yourself, for face-to-face outreach or to email them out to relevant community members.