Program Directory

In addition to the Programs offered by the individual partners, there are numerous programs offered Region-wide, such as the Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper, High-Efficiency Washer Rebate, Green Business Program, and more.

Use the filter + to select your local water provider and to see all programs available to you. If you do not know who providers your water, you can lookup your address on the find your local provider page before getting started with the directory below.

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Indoor, Residential
  • Sonoma County
DIY Energy & Water Savings Toolkit

The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Home Energy and Water Saving Toolkits are stocked with energy and water saving supplies that can help measure how much energy or water is being consumed in the home and make easy upgrades to your home to help save money on the utilities bills.

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Outdoor, Residential
  • Sonoma County
Garden Sense

Garden Sense is a free program open to all Sonoma County residents who want to learn how they can save water in their own garden. The Gardener Sense consultants, who are Sonoma County Master Gardeners are available to make a home visit to any local residence to discuss how a homeowner can easily conserve water by creating a garden that is healthy, environmentally sound, and beautiful. To learn more visit the Garden Sense website or call 707-565-3026.

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Commercial, Indoor, Outdoor
  • Sonoma County, Marin County
Green Business Program

Get recognized as a Green Business through the Green Business Program. The program is available to most small and medium sized organizations and includes free onsite assessments and cost-saving recommendations. Green Businesses take measures to conserve water and energy, reduce waste and prevent pollution. Learn more about what it takes to become a Green Business and get recognized as a community leader. Businesses located in Sonoma County can contact their Program Coordinator at (707) 565-6470, GSEnergy@sonoma-county.org; Marin County businesses can participate by contacting Dana Armanino at (415) 499-3292 or darmanino@co.marin.ca.us.

Indoor, Outdoor, Residential
Laundry to Landscape Graywater Programs

Use the water from your clothes washer to water your garden. When you install a kit to divert water from your washing machine to your garden, it’s called a Laundry-to-Landscape graywater system.

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Commercial, Outdoor, Residential
  • Sonoma County, Marin County
Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper (QWEL)

Does your landscaper know how to keep your landscape looking great while saving your water and money? Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper (QWEL) training is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense approved training program for landscapers that provides an educational foundation based on principals of proper plant selection for the local climate, irrigation system design and maintenance, and irrigation system programming and operation.

Commercial, Outdoor, Rebate, Residential
Water Efficient Landscape Programs

Not quite ready to remove your lawn? Is your controller from the 1980s? Have you been thinking of converting your spray system to drip irrigation? There are many water efficient landscape rebates available.

Commercial, Indoor, Outdoor, Residential
Water Smart Home Programs

Ever wondered how efficient your property is? Having issues trying to reduce your use? Have trained staff walk you through your current system and help looks for improvements that could save water.

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Outdoor, Residential
  • Sonoma County, Marin County
Water Smart Landscape Design Templates

Eight scalable, free, front yard designs to fit areas up to 2,500 square feet. Plans are ready-to-permit, and in compliance with local Water Efficient Landscape Ordinances.

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Commercial, Outdoor, Residential
  • Sonoma County, Marin County
Water Smart Plant Labels

The water smart plant label is intended to highlight low water use plants to nursery customers and to promote sustainable landscaping practices