School EducationThe Water Education Program serves as the primary resource for formal and informal educators in California who wish to teach their students about water. We provide free supplementary classroom materials and support professional development opportunities. Contact us for more information.
Water SafetyThe Water Safety Program raises awareness about how to stay safe at State Water Project sites and facilities. We provide a variety of free materials and collaborate with local communities to host Aquatic Adventure Camps.
Water Use & EfficiencyThe Water Use & Efficiency Program helps Californians learn to use water efficiently at their homes and businesses. We hold and cosponsor workshops and seminars, attend fairs and home shows, produce brochures and fact sheets, and provide information on urban and agricultural water use efficiency, water efficient landscaping, water recycling, desalination, stormwater, and graywater.
SustainabilityThe Sustainability Program provides public education and outreach as well as on-going education to our own employees. We've given presentations on sustainability to various conferences, workshops, and associations. We regularly provide formal training to our staff on sustainability and the Envision Sustainability Rating Tool for Infrastructure.
Our Climate Change Program shares information about the current and future impacts of changing hydrology, sea level rise, and other water-related climate risks with water managers, our staff, and other members of the public. Our goal is to increase understanding about how to reduce future impacts and adjust to inevitable changes from climate change. Regional climate change specialists are available to assist locally; see Technical Assistance for more information.