Twitter Weekly Updates for 2008-11-28

You’ve got it rolling @valleywater. Nice work with social media. You’re definitely a pioneering h2o provider with your water comm. # Welcome @greenmoms. Glad you’re following. Check out the “Tip Tank” game Great for kids! # WUIW Water Saving Tip – Spreading a layer of organic mulch around plants… Read More

Thanksgiving Water Tips

At its core Thanksgiving is about gathering with our closest family and friends to give thanks for things that we often take for granted. And it’s in that same spirit that this year we must all come together to recognize the ultimate resource that is often taking for granted –… Read More

WUIW Event in Hemet, California…

Diamond Valley Lake, a Southern California gem and major supplier of usable water to residents of the area, recently held a Water – Use It Wisely event to promote water conservation in the area.  With lake levels at an all time low, the Eastern and Western Municipal Water Districts, Environmental… Read More

NY Times says “Blue Is The New Green”

 Water – Use It Wisely is all about providing useful and accessible tips on ways to conserve water and we’re pretty sure our easily followed approach has done some good over the years.  That’s why we wanted to share an article that appeared in todays New York Times entitled, “Blue… Read More

Looking to join the cause? Here’s a good place to start…

Since it’s launch in 2000, Water – Use It Wisely has worked to provide individuals with easy tips and tricks to help them save water in their everyday lives.  Immediately the campaign worked.  What started as an Arizona-based initiative, soon blossomed into one of the largest water conservation efforts in… Read More

Water-saving device #54 is a t…

Water-saving device #54 is a toothbrush. Turn off the water when brushing teeth and save 25 gallons per month.

Youth Making Noise About Water Conservation

Youth Noise, a social networking site for people under the age of 27 who like to connect based on deeper interests than Paris Hilton’s wardrobe and want to get engaged within a cause, just hosted its inaugural DROP Water Summit at Parsons New School for Design in New York. The… Read More

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