Water is the basic element of our ecosystem and the foundation of our environmental health. The key is knowing how to manage our needs for water while keeping in mind our economic goals and priorities.
We saved over 2.6 million gallons of water in 2016 with our statewide water programs.
We trained more than 1,100 people last year in low-water impact development practices and installing rainwater harvesting systems.
Ecology Action’s water team helped more than 4000 businesses last year qualify as Certified Green Businesses.
If we want economic growth, we have to have a sustainable water supply – which means adopting behaviors that reduce water demand.